Big Stories in Cardiology Research 2019 with Clyde Yancy, MD, and Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD
Of the thousands of studies published by Northwestern scientists in 2019, some of the most discussed came from the field of cardiology. Two Northwestern physician-scientists, Clyde Yancy, MD, and Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, review some of these findings and share their thoughts on advances in cardiology to come in 2020.
Clyde Yancy, MD
- Vice Dean for Diversity & Inclusion
- Chief of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine
- Magerstadt Professor
Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM
- Senior Associate Dean for Clinical & Translational Research
- Chair, Department of Preventive Medicine
- Director, Northwestern University Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS)
- Eileen M. Foell Professor
In this episode, Clyde Yancy, MD, and Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM, discuss four Feinberg publications from the past year that have caused discussion in the media and/or made an impact in the fields of cardiology and preventive medicine. They also talk about areas that are prime for growth in their fields in the new year, including the use of artificial intelligence and epigenetics in cardiovascular disease research.
- Pacemakers Could Help Avoid Future Strokes
- Diabetes Drug May Help Treat Heart Failure Too
- Total Heart Disease Deaths on The Rise
- Eating Eggs and Cholesterol Linked to Heart Disease and Death Risk
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Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, MSc, has nothing to disclose. Clyde Yancy, MD, discloses an external financial relationship with Abbott Laboratories. Peer reviewer, Daniel Schimmel, MD, has nothing to disclose. Course director, Robert Rosa, MD, has nothing to disclose. Planning committee member, Erin Spain, has nothing to disclose. Feinberg School of Medicine's CME Leadership and Staff have nothing to disclose: Clara J. Schroedl, MD, Medical Director of CME, Sheryl Corey, Manager of CME, Jennifer Banys, Senior Program Administrator, Allison McCollum, Senior Program Coordinator, and Rhea Alexis Banks, Administrative Assistant 2.