Michigan Biology of Cardiovascular Aging (M-BoCA) is a multidisciplinary science program focused on aging and cardiovascular disease that enhances collaborative research knowledge between established investigators, team members, and others whose work and interests closely relate. Educating and training junior faculty and future leaders to run cutting-edge research is at the heart of M-BoCA.


Program News

Daniel A. Lawrence, PhD, from Internal Medicine - Cardiology will present "Development of an Orally Active Small Molecule Inhibitor of PAI-1 for the Treatment of Fibrotic Disease" on Tuesday, February 4th in the CVC Executive Conference Room #5162A (Cardiac Surgery Suite, 5th Floor). Lunch is provided on a first-come first-served basis. Lecture will be streamed live via BlueJeans at this link.

Nadia Sutton, MD, from Internal Medicine - Cardiology will present "Ectonucleotidases in vascular aging: spiked with experiential tips and pitfalls" on Tuesday, January 21st in the CVC #5321 (5th Floor Boardroom). Lunch is provided on a first-come first-served basis. Lecture will be streamed live via BlueJeans at this link.