AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcast

AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcast

Commentary and discussion on featured articles in AJP - Heart and Circulatory Physiology

Episodes

January 12, 2024 23 mins

What is the relationship between cardiovascular developmental programming and the risk of stroke later in life? Listen as Guest Editor Dr. Helen E. Collins (University of Louisville) interviews author Dr. Nafisa Jadavji (Midwestern University) and expert Dr. Deanne Hryciw (Griffith University) about the latest research by Pull et al. looking at underlying mechanisms associated w...

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Given that there appears to be variation in significant risk to the cardiovascular system following SARS-CoV2 infection with regard to age and sex, the latest study by Rouhana et al. provides a foundation for studying sex differences with a preclinical model of infection to the direct exposure to SARS-CoV-2 and the impact on the myocardium of ferrets. Listen as Associate Editor ...

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What does a mouse heart have to do with an M&M candy (the regular kind, not the peanut variety)? In our latest episode, Associate Editor Dr. Crystal Ripplinger (University of California, Davis) interviews author Dr. Tim Domeier (University of Missouri) and expert Dr. DeWayne Townsend (University of Minnesota) about the recent study by Haffner et al et al. The authors examine...

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People living with HIV have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including coronary artery disease. Until now, it has been unclear why. In this episode, Guest Editor Dr. Ashley Walker (University of Oregon) interviews author Dr. Efthymios Ziogos (Johns Hopkins Medicine) and expert Dr. Jennifer Williams (McMaster University) about the recent study by Ziogos et ...

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What does it sound like when a young researcher meets one of his science heroes for the first time? Listen to this episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast to find out. Associate Editor Dr. Keith Brunt (Dalhousie University) interviews author Dr. Holger Burchert (University of Basel) and leading expert Dr. William Stringer (Lundquist Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center) abo...

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Come for the yoga metaphors, stay for the science. In this episode, Associate Editor Dr. Keith Brunt (Dalhousie University) interviews author Dr. Stacy Hunter (Texas State University) and expert Dr. Annet Kirabo (Vanderbilt University) about the new study by Hunter et al., which examined the impact of hot yoga on sodium-induced pressor responses and endothelial function of Black ...

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What is the impact of female sex hormones on obesity, diabetes, and vascular dysfunction? In this episode, Deputy Editor Dr. Zam Kassiri (University of Alberta) interviews authors Dr. Bruna Visniauskas and Dr. Minolfa Prieto (both at Tulane University School of Medicine), along with expert Dr. Glen Pyle (IMPART Network at Dalhousie Medicine) about the new study by Visniauskas et ...

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When is it safe to have surgery after COVID? Listen as Associate Editor Dr. Jason Carter (Baylor University) interviews lead author Dr. Anai Kothari (Medical College of Wisconsin) and leading expert Dr. Michael Joyner (Mayo Clinic) about the groundbreaking new research study by SenthilKumar et al. that evaluated how pre-operative COVID infection might affect a patient’s risk of p...

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What does being a good ally look like? In a new Perspective, authors Dr. Karla Haack (Merck), Dr. Austin Robinson (Auburn University), Dr. Dexter Lee (Howard University College of Medicine), Dr. Keisa Mathis (University of North Texas Health Science Center), and Dr. Junie Paula Warrington (University of Mississippi Medical Center) discuss how the American Physiological Society (A...

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How can researchers capture the most accurate demographic data possible on intake surveys for human participant studies? Listen as author and moderator Dr. Karla Haack (Merck) interviews co-authors Dr. Jesse Moreira (Boston University) and Dr. Troy Roepke (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) about their recent Perspective regarding how researchers can do inclusive and pr...

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Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) is, in many ways, a fascinating tale of modern cardiovascular medicine that, according to lead author Dr. Joshua Hare (University of Miami Miller School of Medicine), has taught cardiovascular researchers and clinicians a lot of humility. Understanding HFpEF in a variety of animal models has led to a paradigm shift away from ...

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“You cannot make good predictions for patients until you understand the physiology,” stated Dr. Kristian Becker (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai). Becker and co-authors demonstrated for the first time echocardiographic evidence of a transition in the left ventricular vortex patterns of the heart from the newborn period to the adult period. Listen as Associate Editor Dr. A...

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While anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in the United States and are known to increase the risk of hypertension and cardiovascular disease, the links between anxiety, muscle sympathetic nerve activity and blood pressure have not been interrogated to date. Listen as host Dr. Megan Wenner (University of Delaware) interviews author Dr. Jeremy Bigalke (Montana...

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February 28, 2023 23 mins

What effects do COVID symptomology and time since diagnosis have on cardiac autonomic function? Listen as Guest Editor Dr. Tiago Peçanha (Manchester Metropolitan University) interviews first author Dr. Rachel Skow (The University of Texas at Arlington) and expert Dr. Chris Minson (University of Oregon) about the research by Skow et al, aimed at better understanding the mechanisms...

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February 10, 2023 17 mins

What happens when your hypothesis is…wrong? Listen as host Dr. Dan Tyrrell (University of Michigan Medical School) interviews lead author Dr. Julie Freed (Medical College of Wisconsin) and content expert Dr. Chi Fung Lee (Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation) about the new Rapid Report by SenthilKumar et al., which investigated the function of estradiol on human microvessels. In ...

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Is inflammation the driving force for diastolic dysfunction in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF)? In this episode, Deputy Editor Dr. Zamaneh Kassiri (University of Alberta) interviews author Dr. Thassio Mesquita (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center) and expert Dr. Darryl Davis (University of Ottawa Heart Institute) about the research by de Couto et al. Using a Dahl s...

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December 22, 2022 30 mins

The world of cardiac electrophysiology can be daunting, so we suggest that you listen to this insightful conversation with the experts. Deputy Editor Dr. Zamaneh Kassiri (University of Alberta) interviews authors Dr. Crystal Ripplinger (University of California Davis), Dr. Nikki Posnack (The George Washington University and Children's National Hospital), Dr. Alexey Glukhov (Unive...

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Is a pre-treatment with low dose cyclosporine immunosuppression necessary to limit allogeneic cardiosphere-derived cell therapy rejection? Listen as Associate Editor Dr. Amanda LeBlanc (University of Louisville) interviews senior author Dr. John Canty (University of Buffalo) and expert Dr. Fabio Recchia (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna; Temple University) about the latest study by Tec...

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November 17, 2022 14 mins

When Dr. Ashley Walker (University of Oregon) began to study sex differences with vascular aging and cognitive decline, she and her team went to the literature for guidance on research study design to account for the confounding variable of estrous cycle in young female mice. Problem: There were no recommendations in the literature. Solution: The Walker Lab got to work. In our la...

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November 4, 2022 21 mins

Have you ever had an experimental design deviate from expectations? Well, this episode is for you. Associate Editor Dr. Keith Brunt (Dalhousie University) interviews Deputy Editor Dr. Zamaneh Kassiri (University of Alberta) about her recently published article by Hu et al., along with content expert Dr. Joshua Man ( Tufts Medical Center), to discuss how unexpected results and neg...

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