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Professor of Internal Medicine
- Cardiovascular MedicineProfessor of
Lab: 400G EMRB431 Newton RdIowa City, IA 52242
BS, Biology, M.I.T.MD, George Washington University
Internship, Internal Medicine, Presbyterian University Hospital of PittsburghResidency, Temple University Hospital, PhiladelphiaFellowship, NHLBIFellowship, The Johns Hopkins University Hospital
Biosciences Graduate ProgramFree Radical and Radiation Biology Graduate ProgramInterdisciplinary Graduate Program in Molecular and Cellular Biology
The Irani laboratory broadly studies the molecular basis for vascular function and dysfunction in health and disease. Currently, the focus of the laboraotry is on understanding the roles of the redox proteins Ref-1/APE1 and p66shc, and the lysine deacetylase in governing endothelium-dependent vascular function. There is also a growing interest in exploring the role of micro-RNAs in vascular homeostasis, and deciphering the mekchanisms through which the gut microbiome impacts on vascular function.
PubMed link to publications:
Cardiovascular Research CenterHolden Comprehensive Cancer Center
Date Last Modified: 06/07/2014 -
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