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The lab develops high-resolution CT methods to study effects of risk factors for cardiovascular disease on myocardial and renal microvessels.
Dr. Lerman's lab is exploring stem cell therapy and mitochondria-targeted drugs to improve treatment in atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis.
Dr. Lerman's lab is studying kidney injury, renal recovery after PTRA, enhanced renal vascular repair, and shock wave therapy in renal artery stenosis.
The lab is using cutting-edge MDCT, MRI and micro-CT techniques to study renal and cardiovascular parenchymal injury, microvascular dysfunction and remodeling.
Dr. Lerman's lab studies MRI use to assess renal and cardiac hemodynamics and for characterizing magnetization transfer imaging in renal stenosis.
Dr. Lerman collaborates with numerous other Mayo Clinic researchers on projects in her Renovascular Disease Lab.
Dr. Lerman receives funding from the NIH to support her research in renal and cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology.
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