Events & News

Events & News

 

HMRI’s active pursuit of its mission to change lives through multidisciplinary, patient-focused research results in a number of newsworthy events, activities and breakthroughs. HMRI is pleased to share this information with its supporters and the scientific and medical communities.

24 Jul HMRI Welcomes New Board Member: Sonia Singla, DO

Sonia Singla, DO - Medical Director, Lotus Clinical Research   Dr. Singla is a board-certified physician with over 15 years of experience in analgesic research.  She received her BA in Chemistry from Kent State University and her medical degree from College of Osteopathic Medicine at Western University...

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20 Jul HMRI Bids Farewell to Dr. Marie Csete

  After 3 ½ years of creative and innovative leadership, Marie Csete, MD, PhD, has resigned as Chief Executive and Chief Science Officer of HMRI, effective July 15, 2017.   Marie has accomplished a great deal in her tenure at HMRI.  Among other accomplishments, she helped lead the...

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24 May Abstract by Dr. Andrea Loewendorf accepted for poster presentation at the International Federation of Placenta Associations (IFPA) 2017 conference in Manchester, UK

 Title: Understanding the Immune Microenvironment at the Uteroplacental Interface. OBJECTIVES In human pregnancy, the baby is 50% non-self, but is not rejected as an allogeneic organ transplant would be. The local interaction site between mother and baby is the uteroplacental interface (UPI), where maternal decidua develops between the...

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07 Apr The Science Behind Your Mind

The Science Behind Your Mind Dr. Harrington joined HMRI and established the Molecular Neurology Program in 1998.  He studies how the cerebrospinal fluid composition explains the intermittent disorder of migraine and the progressive neurodegeneration of Alzheimer's disease.  He also studies molecules that are transported to/from the...

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03 Apr Therapeutic Hypothermia Reduces the Inflammatory Response Following Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Rat Hearts

Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28338422 Therapeutic Hypothermia Reduces the Inflammatory Response Following Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Rat Hearts Shi J1,2, Dai W1,2, Kloner RA1,2. Author information Abstract Therapeutic hypothermia (TH) is known to protect against ischemia/reperfusion (I/R) injury. One mechanism of I/R injury includes secondary injury due to the inflammatory cascade. We hypothesized that...

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