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The research program of Martin G. Rodriguez-Porcel, M.D., is focused on three objectives. First, Dr. Rodriguez-Porcel's lab works to noninvasively study the biology of gene and cell therapies for cardiovascular applications using molecular imaging strategies. Second, the team seeks to noninvasively assess the biological pathways involved in atherosclerosis. Third, research is aimed at the development of novel imaging modalities to study the role of the vasculature in the pathophysiology of cardiac and renal diseases.
Dr. Rodriguez-Porcel's entire research program takes questions originated from clinical practice and is focused on improving patient care. This translational research program sits at the crossroads between basic research and clinical practice. With atherosclerosis being the most common cause of death, cell therapy the most important therapeutic development in the last few decades and PKD the most common genetic cause of renal failure, outcomes from these studies have the potential for significant clinical implications.
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