Research Abstract Database

Research Abstract Database contains brief descriptions of research projects presented at Research Day since 2010. (For general information about divisional research interests click here.)
You may use this database as a reference guide for submitting an abstract for Research Day or finding a mentor or collaborator in your field of interest.

You may do an in-depth search by:

  • Division
  • Project type
  • Author's position
  • Year project was presented

To do so, click the Search button above and select Extended Search Options. You can then select the exact parameters for your search.
In addition, you may do an open-ended search by typing in a phrase or keyword in the search box.

If you find an abstract that you are interested in particular, please contact the author for more details about his or her work.

Cardiovascular Medicine (95/- )

Clinical and Molecular Endocrinology (8/- )

Gastroenterology and Liver Disease (39/- )

General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics (117/- )

Hematology and Oncology (54/- )

Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine (69/- )

Nephrology and Hypertension (18/- )

Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine (18/- )

Rheumatology (12/- )

Vascular ARNT is required for the maintenance and migration of endothelial progenitor cells

Author: Ramirez-Bergeron, Diana
Project Type: basic research

Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Regulate Angiogenesis in a Notch Signaling-Dependent Manner

Author: Yang, Ke
Mentor: Proweller, Aaron
Project Type: basic research

Vitamin D Levels and Morphological Scores of Intestinal Inflammation in a mouse Model of Spontaneous Progressive CD-like Ileitis

Author: Del Pinto, Rita
Mentor: Cominelli, Fabio
Project Type: basic research

Volumetric Characterization of Coronary Calcification by Optical Coherence Tomography

Author: Mehanna, Emile
Mentor: Costa, Marco
Project Type: basic research

Whole-genome sequencing and gut transcriptome analysis of mice with progressive Crohn's disease-like ileitis

Author: Rodriguez-Palacios, Alex
Mentor: Cominelli, Fabio
Project Type: basic research
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