Dr. Yoon is honored with election into ASCI

   
The Yoon Lab has been working on stem cell research in various cardiovascular diseases. Our major research interest is to use stem cell technology to treat various cardiovascular diseases, and we have been developing and using different bone marrow-derived stem sell or progenitor cells for cardiovascular repair.

Dr. Yoon is honored with election into ASCI

Three Emory University School of Medicine (SOM) faculty members were honored on April 25 with election into the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI). The ASCI is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected medical honor societies for physician-scientists, those who translate findings in the laboratory to the...

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Gold Club Reviewers from Circulation Research

Top Reviewers in 2013. The Editors of Circulation Research wish to acknowledge the following reviewers, who have distinguished themselves for exemplary performance and outstanding contributions to the journal. They have selflessly donated their time (often on weekends and evenings), their energy...

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Molecular beacons light path to cardiac muscle repair

Pure cardiac muscle cells, ready to transplant into a patient affected by heart disease. That’s a goal for many cardiology researchers working with stem cells. Having a pure population of cardiac muscle cells is essential for avoiding tumor formation after transplantation, but has been technically challenging...

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Christian P. Larsen, MD, DPhil (Dean of the Emory University School of Medicine/ ASCI member)

It is an honor to have multiple Emory faculty members joining the distinguished American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI). Their election into this respected and renowned society is a validation that the work they are contributing is impactful and they are among the nation’s leading biomedical investigators.