Press release and news articles about Karen and David's hypertrophy network model: UVa Press Release, FierceHealthIT, Radio interview WINA.
Karen Ryall and David Holland's paper "Network reconstruction and systems analysis of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy signaling" accepted in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Dr. Saucerman wins the School of Medicine's Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award!
Eric Greenwald wins a Biomedical Engineering Society Graduate Student Design and Research Award!
Jason Yang wins 2nd place in the poster competition at the Cardiac Regulatory Mechanisms Gordon Conference!
Karen Ryall is a winner of the ISHR International Poster Competition at the North American International Society for Heart Research Meeting in Banff, Canada!
Jason Yang successfully defends his PhD thesis and also wins the BME Outstanding Graduate Student Award and the Jill Hungerford Prize in Biomedical Sciences!
Check out the new Downloads section for models and image analysis codes.
Karen Ryall's paper "Automated imaging reveals a concentration-dependent delay in reversal of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy" is accepted in the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology.
Former undergraduate researcher Wyatt Shields awarded an NSF fellowship! Wyatt is now a graduate student at Duke.
Congratulations to Jason Yang and Robert Amanfu for their awards at the UVa Huskey Research Exhibition. Jason won a 2nd place oral presentation in Biological and Biomedical Sciences and Robert won a 3rd place in the poster competition.
Anita Grabowska wins 3rd place at the Virginia Piedmont Regional Science Fair in the "Engineering - Materials and Bioengineering" category.
Congratulations to former undergraduate researcher Sa Ra Park for acceptance to UVa Med School!
Congratulations to Lindsay McLellan for acceptance to UVa Med School!
Jason Yang's paper "Phospholemman is a negative feed-forward regulator of Ca2+ in beta-adrenergic signaling, accelerating beta-adrenergic inotropy" accepted in J Mol Cell Cardiol.