My research is focused on molecular mechanisms underlying vascular inflammation, molecular mechanisms underlying occlusive vascular diseases, and development of new materials for biomedical applications (gene delivery and vascular grafts).
- Joined ERP Program: 2010
- PI NIH 1 R01HL088447-01A2 12/15/10 – 11/30/14 Molecular Mechanisms in Abdominal Aortic Aneusym
- PI R01HL122562-01 07/15/14-04/30/19 Vascular smooth muscle cell apoptosis in intimal hyperplasia
- Co-PI R21HL121493 9/1/14-8/31/16 Impact of the micromechanical environment on inflammation in AAA progression.
- Co-investigator 3R01-HL 68673-01 9/1/14- 8/31/19 TGF-beta in intimal hyperplasia after vascular bypass.
- Co-Program Director T32 HL110853 7/1/12-6/30/17 Vascular Surgery Research Training Program
- Mentor 14PRE18560035 1/1/14-12/31/15 American Heart Association RIP-mediated necroptosis as a therapeutic target for abdominal aortic aneurysm.
- Mentor 15PRE 25670074 7/1/15-6/30/16 PKCdelta-mediated vascular injury response as a therapeutic target for preventing intimal hyperplasia
|Current Trainees||Degree Goal|
|No current ERP trainees|
|Past Trainees||Degree Completed|
|Jason (Jun) Ren||PhD|