Your gift will accelerate the pace of scientific discovery at the Cardiovascular Research Institute, enabling CVRI researchers to explore more opportunities for progress against cardiovascular disease. There is no better place than UCSF for this exploration, and no better time than now.
For the first time, UCSF has the chance to design a new home for its world-class program integrating basic science and clinical researchfrom the ground up. The planned 230,000 gross square feet CVRI facility at UCSF Mission Bay will enhance the programs already in place, providing a focused effort that produces:
- New insights into basic cardiovascular biology and disease mechanisms
- Novel genetic, biochemical, and imaging markers of risk for cardiovascular diseases and new diagnostic approaches
- New strategies and modalities for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases and improved patient care
- Training for future leaders in cardiovascular biology and medicine.
Designed to encourage cross-disciplinary and collaborative research approaches, the planned state-of-the-art facility will enhance research productivity. Private support is needed for the Mission Bay building. In addition, laboratories at Moffitt Hospital for airway research and cardiac electrophysiology must be modernized. Support is also needed to recruit talented postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty and to provide resources to explore promising research opportunities too innovative for conventional funding.
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