New Classification System for Cardiomyopathy
December 3, 2013
Mount Sinai Hospital’s cardiologists contribute to the creation of newly proposed MOGE(S) Classification System for cardiomyopathy disorders.
Four Researchers from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Among the 400 Most Highly Influential Biomedical Researchers in the World
November 25, 2013
Powerful researchers include Dr. Dennis S. Charney, Dr. Carlos Cordon-Cardo, Dr. Valentin Fuster, and Dr. Eric J. Nestler.
Long-Lasting Gene Therapy Benefits Advanced Heart Failure Patients
November 19, 2013
Cardiovascular Research Center at Mount Sinai report promising long-term follow-up results for its single dose AAV1/SERCA2a gene therapy in advanced heart failure patients.
LVAD Patients Benefit from Heart Injection with Millions of Powerful Cells
November 18, 2013
New Study results presented at AHA Scientific Sessions 2013 show a single dose of stem cell therapy during surgery may improve new LVAD patients' heart function.
Preschoolers Can Learn Lasting Heart-Healthy Lessons from Sesame Street
November 18, 2013
Research team led by Dr. Valentin Fuster, Director of Mount Sinai Heart at The Mount Sinai Hospital, present promising three-year follow-up study results at AHA Scientific Sessions 2013.
A Best Manuscript Award Goes to the Cardiovascular Research Center at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
November 17, 2013
Editors of Circulation Research recognize Mount Sinai Heart researchers at AHA Scientific Sessions 2013 for their work to repair and reverse heart attack damage.
MedPage Today - "Less Sodium, Fluids No Help in Acute HF" - Dr. Valentin Fuster
May 22, 2013
Contrary to conventional wisdom, aggressively restricting fluids and sodium intake in acute decompensated heart failure patients did not improve outcomes, a small randomized trial found.
Jagat Narula, MD, PhD, Designated Master of the American College of Cardiology in Recognition of Outstanding Service
March 12, 2013
Dr. Narula is the Director of the Cardiovascular Imaging Program at Mount Sinai Heart.
Mount Sinai Researchers Present Landmark Data at American Heart Association Meeting
November 7, 2012
Impact of Education on Drug Adherence, Diabetes on Heart Disease and 3D Ultrasound Technology on Disease Detection presented at 2012 Scientific Sessions
American Heart Association Presents 2012 Research Achievement Award to Mount Sinai’s Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD
November 5, 2012
The award was presented Sunday, November 4 at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions.
Individuals Who Have Diabetes and Advanced Coronary Artery Disease Have Significantly Better Outcomes with Bypass Surgery than Angioplasty
November 4, 2012
Highly-anticipated FREEDOM Trial establishes gold standard for treatment of high-risk patient population.
Mount Sinai’s Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Sworn in as Honorary NYPD Surgeon
September 14, 2012
Dr. Fuster was one of five physicians sworn in yesterday as a member of the Society of Honorary Police Surgeons of the City of New York.
News Medical - "SUMO1 Protein May Treat and Prevent Heart Failure" - Dr. Roger Hajjar
August 26, 2012
A promising new drug target for the treatment and prevention of heart failure has been discovered by researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Newest Devices and Techniques for Opening Arterial Blockages to Be Highlighted at Annual Coronary and Vascular Symposium
June 12, 2012
The symposium will take place at Mount Sinai from Wednesday, June 13 to Saturday, June 16.
Mount Sinai Presents Landmark Research at American College of Cardiology Meeting
March 27, 2012
New Statin Regimen, Unrecognized Heart Disease Symptoms, New Imaging Innovations Among Key Research at Leading Cardiology Conference
Jagat Narula, MD, PhD, Recognized by American College of Cardiology as "Gifted Educator"
January 19, 2012
Dr. Jagat Narula, Chair in Cardiology at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, has received the prestigious "Gifted Educator Award" for his renown as an educator in cardiology.
Fetal Cells From Placenta May Help Maternal Heart Recover From Injury
November 14, 2011
Mount Sinai researchers have found that fetal stem cells home to the site of injury in the maternal heart and aide in its recovery.
Researchers Identify Gene Variants That Cause Stent Thrombosis in People with Coronary Artery Disease
October 26, 2011
Identifying these gene variants may allow researchers to prevent a deadly complication of coronary stent implantation in people with coronary artery disease.
Jia-Jye Lee Gives Oral Presentation at BMES Meeting
October 15, 2011
Doctoral candidate, Jia-Jye (J-J) Lee gives a presentation at a Cell Mechanics session of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) meeting in Hartford, CT.
Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Appointed Physician-in-Chief of The Mount Sinai Medical Center
October 6, 2011
Dr. Fuster is re-appointed as Director of Mount Sinai Heart, The Zena and Michael A. Weiner Cardiovascular Institute, and the Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Center for Cardiovascular Health.
Mount Sinai Researchers Develop Safe and Effective Gene Therapy to Treat Severe Heart Failure
June 27, 2011
New gene therapy developed at Mount Sinai, shows clinical benefit in treating people with advanced heart failure in a Phase II clinical trial.
Mount Sinai Celebrates the “Topping Off” of the New Center for Science and Medicine Building
February 7, 2011
Set to open in 2012, CSM will bring nearly a half-million square-feet of new, state-of-the-art medical research and clinical facilities to Mount Sinai.
NIH Grants Mount Sinai $16.5 Million to Continue Program of Excellence in Nanotechnology
September 29, 2010
Contract will allow Mount Sinai to develop multidisciplinary research Centers with the goal of developing nanotechnology tools for heart, lung and blood diseases.
Mount Sinai Develops Technology That Uses Gold to Detect High-Risk Heart Disease
August 16, 2010
Researchers at Mount Sinai have pioneered a way to detect vulnerable plaques in the coronary artery using gold nanoparticles and CT technology.
Mount Sinai Creates The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust Cardiovascular Translational Research Center
August 11, 2010
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has awarded Mount Sinai a $25 million grant for heart disease research.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s New Gene Therapy Proves Effective in Treating Severe Heart Failure
June 3, 2010
Mount Sinai researchers have developed a way to stimulate production of an enzyme that enables failing hearts to pump more effectively.
New SPECT Nuclear Cardiology Camera Reduces Time, Discomfort, and Radiation Exposure for Patients
April 9, 2010
The Mount Sinai Medical Center is the first in the US to commercially use a new cardiac nuclear imaging system that drastically reduces imaging time and radiation exposure.
Mount Sinai Researchers Are the First to Identify Heart Abnormalities in World Trade Center Workers
March 16, 2010
Mount Sinai School of Medicine presented data at the American College of Cardiology meeting evaluating heart problems in World Trade Center workers.
Minimally Invasive Cardiac Procedure Sees Reduced Mortality Rate for Fifth Straight Year
March 8, 2010
Mount Sinai Hospital's Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory has continued success in lowering the rate of in-hospital mortality following percutaneous coronary interventions.
Trial Data Conclude That Cardiovascular Risks Associated with Vioxx Could Have Been Identified Sooner
November 23, 2009
Discovery of cardiovascular risks related to taking the anti-inflammatory drug could have occurred several years before its manufacturer pulled it from the market.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Awarded $4.7 Million Grant to Study Congenital Heart Disease in Children
October 27, 2009
The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute awards Mount Sinai School of Medicine a $4.7 million grant to investigate the genetic cause of heart problems in children.
Mount Sinai First in Nation to Use Visually Guided Balloon Catheter in Cardiac Procedure
September 18, 2009
Physicians at Mount Sinai Medical Center became the first in the U.S. to ablate atrial fibrillation using the endoscopic ablation system.
Mount Sinai First in U.S. to Use Nonsurgical Technique That Eliminates Major Underlying Cause of Heart-Related Stroke
August 21, 2009
Mount Sinai physicians were the first to perform a nonsurgical procedure using sutures to tie off a left atrial appendage, the source of blood clots leading to stroke in those with atrial fibrillation.
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust Grants More Than $37 Million to The Mount Sinai Medical Center
April 21, 2009
Funds will support the Helmsley Center for Electrophysiology, establish the Helmsley Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, and establish the Sinai-Helmsley Alliance for Research Excellence Network.