NEWS AT DCRI
In keeping with our mission to share knowledge that improves the care of patients around the world, the DCRI is committed to bringing you the most up-to-date research news from our thought leaders, collaborators, and partners.
- ACC 2019: 12-month results show ticagrelor safe in STEMI patients treated with thrombolysis March 18, 2019 – When comparing ischemic endpoints, no significant difference was found between patients who received ticagrelor and patients who received clopidogrel. According to results ...
- ACC 2019: Use of guideline-directed medical therapies for comorbidities may improve outcomes for patients with atrial fibrillation March 17, 2019 – Although nearly two-thirds of the study population did not receive all the guideline-directed medical therapies for which they were eligible, use ...
- ACC 2019: Study confirms diagnostic accuracy of non-invasive technology for heart pain March 17, 2019 – Patients with negative FFR-CT scans had a low, one-year risk of a heart attack or death. One-year follow-up results show that a ...
DCRI Shares Innovative Research, Thought Leadership at ACC.19
DCRI faculty, fellows, and operational leaders will showcase our thought leadership and seek out new opportunities for collaboration during the 68th annual American College of Cardiology Scientific Session and Expo, occurring March 16-18 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Join our experts as they discuss and debate late-breaking science, pragmatic clinical trials, patient partnerships, and more.
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Precision Imaging for Precision care
DCRI Precision Imaging is at the forefront of imaging clinical research, authoring national standards for clinical care and research.
A Commitment to Patient Engagement
DCRI believes patient partners should be involved in every stage of the research process.
AGA recognizes Leiman as a future leader
DCRI gastroenterologist David Leiman, MD, MSHP will be a member of the third class of the Future Leaders Program, the flagship leadership development program offered by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA). Leiman will participate in the 18-month leadership program as he continues his research into esophageal diseases, swallowing disorders, and gastrointestinal cancer prevention.
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