Edward Budnitz Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at University of Massachusetts Medical School, Director of Cardiovascular Research. Dr. Freedman’s research examines the regulation of pathways contributing to atherothrombotic and cardiometabolic disease. She oversees two research programs; the first is a basic science laboratory that examines the role of immunity, infection, and inflammation on atherothrombotic disease. The second facility uses high-throughput, nano-chip, and RNA-seq technologies to study gene expression and provide large scale transcriptomic and proteomic translational data for a wide range of clinical and basic projects. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Circulation Research.


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Sep. 12 (Sat) 14:20-15:00 Plenary Lecture 13
The Intersection of Infection, Inflammation and Vascular Occlusion
14:20-15:00 The Intersection of Infection, Inflammation and Vascular Occlusion Speaker