We aim to unravel the fundamental principles and molecular/genetic regulation of functional vascular network formation in development and disease. The ultimate goal of our research activities is to advance our understanding of mechanisms and molecules controlling formation and patterning of a hierarchically branched vascular network such that we can inform, innovate and implement therapeutic approaches to mitigate cardiovascular complications, and establish or restore tissue homeostasis in compromised patients. Our research group focuses on unravelling how endothelial cells collectively integrate mechanical and chemical stimuli to achieve functional vascular patterning and pave the way towards translational research into maladaptive behavior in disease.
|Sep. 9 (Wed)
Angiogenesis and Vascular Remodeling
||Principles and Regulation of Endothelial Cell Dynamics in Vascular Remodeling