Wanda F Moore, who expanded community education and outreach activities to include underserved minority communities, is the 2021 recipient of Greater Tucson Leadership’s Founders Award.
Researchers hope that finding a connection between carotid disease and Alzheimer’s could provide a new pathway for preventing dementia.
Sarver Heart Center is a site for a clinical study, led by Preethi William, MD, to evaluate the effectiveness of finerenone for treating patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF).
Faculty have expertise in interventional cardiology, structural heart disease, advanced heart disease, transplant cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery.
Researchers seek to reduce bias and remove barriers to equitable treatment for advanced heart disease through standardized health care protocols.
"Science is super fun and I love it, but I really love helping others with their career development,” Dr. Nancy Sweitzer said. “It’s the No. 1 pleasure in my job.”
Training to become a cardiologist takes a lot of time, patience and guidance. But with advanced technology in the form of the College of Medicine – Tucson Sarver Heart Center’s Harveys – animatronic devices capable of being programmed with a wide range of heart beats and health issues – future cardiologists are able to learn what to listen for and how to treat heart ailments.
Sarver Heart Center researchers clarify the interaction between blood pressure medications and SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Researchers at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson are assessing the long-term effectiveness of “inspiratory muscle training” for reducing blood pressure and improving cardiovascular health in adults with obstructive sleep apnea.
Dr. Nancy Sweitzer, advanced heart disease cardiologist, teamed up with Nima Toosizadeh, PhD, a biomedical engineer, to study a way to make frailty assessments less subjective when it comes to determining advanced treatments for patients diagnosed with heart failure.