HMRI will be participating as a Collaborator in Innovate Pasadena’s Connect Week festival for the first time! Dr. Robert Kloner and Dr. Michael Harrington will present a panel discussion entitled Beating Hearts and Thinking Brains: A Connection between Heart & Brain Disease on Thursday, October 25, from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the... read more →
Dr. Xianghong Arakaki, Dr. Noah Gross, Dr. Alfred Fonteh and Dr. Michael Harrington co-authored a chapter titled Animal Models in Chronic Daily Headache (CDH) and Pathophysiology of CDH in the book Chronic Headache. The abstract can be read here.
Dr. Robert Kloner was quoted in an article published September 7, 2018 by the American Heart Association News titled Are die-hard football, other sports fans putting their hearts at risk? The article can be read here.
Dr. Robert Kloner co-authored a paper titled The pharmacist's role in improving the treatment of erectile dysfunction and its underlying causes. The abstract can be read here.
Dr. Robert Kloner co-authored a paper titled Effect of Patiromer in Hyperkalemic Patients Taking and Not Taking RAAS Inhibitors in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics. The paper can be viewed here.
Dr. Robert Kloner co-authored a paper titled The Case for Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy(Syndrome) as a Variant of Acute Myocardial Infarction in the journal Circulation The paper can be viewed here.
Dr. Myron Tong co-authored three papers on the subjects of hepatitis and liver carcinoma in the journals Hepatology Communications, Hepatology and Journal of Digestive Diseases. The papers can be read here.
Dr. Myron Tong lead author of a paper on the management of Hepatitis B Virus in Asian Americans titled An Expert Consensus for the management of chronic hepatitis B in Asian Americans. The paper can be read here.
Julia Bradsher recently was named president and chief executive officer of Pasadena-based Huntington Medical Research Institutes. The rest of the article can be read here: Outlook Article - J.Bradsher 7.5.2018
The Altadena Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital, a local nonprofit, celebrated the conclusion of its year with the installation of the new Board and a presentation of a check to Huntington Medical Research Institutes. Read the press release here.