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Funding Cycle Recipients


University of Florida
Project Title: Disparities in Peripheral Arterial Disease Diagnosis and Treatment in Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Regions of Florida

University of Colorado School of Medicine
Project Title: OPTIMIZE PAD-1: A Vascular Care Team Approach to Improving Lipid Management in Peripheral Artery Disease

The Christ Hospital

Project Title: Enhancing Awareness and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in a vulnerable population: The South Asian Community in Tri State Area. A clinic-based approach.


Tufts Medical Center (Washington, DC)
Project Title: North American COVID 19 Medical Circulatory Support Medical Center

Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation at Abbott Hospital (Minnesota)
Project Title: The North American COVID-19 ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (NACMI) International Registry.

UC Davis Health (California)
Project Title: Using a Multi-Disciplinary Virtual Consultation Platform to Enhance Community Referrals for Developing a Cardiac Amyloidosis Program (Enhance-refCA)

UC Davis Health (California)
Project Title: Enhancing Recovery After Heart Transplant: A patient-participation approach to co-designing a new pre-habilitation program

Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell (New Jersey)
Project Title: Promoting Awareness of Heart Attack Symptoms and Responsive Action


Minneapolis Heart Institute Heart Foundation at Abbott Northwestern Hospital

Project Title: The Midwest STEMI Consortium

The Christ Hospital

Project Title: 12-Lead ECG Training to Ensure Optimal Triage and Treatment of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes and Life-Threatening Arrhythmias.

St. Francis Healthcare System

Project Title: PulsePoint in Cape Girardeau, Missouri: A Community Collaborate Project to Enhance Early Heart Attack Care


Indiana University Health

Project Title: Improving Heart Health through PACE: Patient Centered Approach for Cardiac Rehab Enrollment

Minneapolis Heart Institute

Project Title: Capture and Integration of Patient Reported Health Status Measures to Optimize Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Care

Duke University, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine

Project Title: The Duke Renal Impairment Program (DRIP) Initiative

Parkview Research Center

Project Title: A System Approach to Closing the Gaps in Guideline-Directed Medical Therapy for Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction


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