Division of Research at LSUHSC Earns 20 Impact Score for COBRE

Roles for Pathology Faculty in the COBRE application:

Christopher Kevil, COBRE Principle Investigator
A. Wayne Orr, Core Leader, Redox Molecular Signaling Core
Shenuarin Bhuiyan, Subcore Leader, Cardiovascular Phenotyping Subcore
Xinggui Shen, Subcore Leader, Analytical Redox Biology Subcore

Active/Pending/Completed: Pending (20 Impact Score)
Project Number/PI/Role:  A.W. Orr, Core Leader (Kevil PI)

Source:  National Institute of General Medical Sciences, COBRE

Title of Project (and/or Subproject): Center for Redox Biology and Cardiovascular Disease
The overall objectives of the COBRE Center for Redox Biology and Cardiovascular Disease are to establish a nationally recognized advanced research and training program in redox biology regulation of cardiovascular disease and to facilitate the development of junior faculty research programs to achieve major independent research funding.

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