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Service de Cardiologie Département de Médecine Interne Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève

Address Service de Cardiologie Département de Médecine Interne Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève
Rue Gabrielle-Perret-Gentil 4
1211
CH-Genève 14
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Projects

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Roentgen-videodensitometrische und -videometrische Herz-Kreislaufanalyse
Rutishauser Wilhelm University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1978 31.03.1982 Project funding

Anti-inflammatory approaches to reduce ischemia-reperfusion injury during acute myocardial infarction
Mach Francois University of Geneva - GE 01.01.2008 31.12.2010 Project funding

Coronary Artery Flow and Movement in Three Dimensions Based on Digital Angiography
Doriot Pierre-André University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1993 31.03.1995 Project funding

Doppler guide-wire flow measurements - 3D reconstruction methods for neuroangiography and pediatric angiocardiography.
Doriot Pierre-André University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1995 31.07.1999 Project funding

Modification of phenotype of regulatory proteins of glucose and fatty acid metabolism during myocyte remodeling
Lerch René University of Geneva - GE 01.10.1999 30.09.2002 Project funding

The role of gap junctional communication in the development of atheroscerosis.
Kwak Brenda Renata University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2002 30.09.2006 Project funding

Assessment of metabolism in reperfused post-ischemic myocardium
Lerch René University of Geneva - GE 01.10.1989 30.09.1991 Project funding

Regulation of myocardial glucose and fatty acid metabolism during postischemic reperfusion.
Lerch René University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1996 30.09.1999 Project funding

Relationship between increasing body weight, endocannabinoids, leptin and coronary circulatory disfunction
Schindler Thomas Hellmut University of Geneva - GE 01.02.2009 31.01.2012 Project funding

L'échocardiographie dans la maladie coronarienne
Bloch Antoine University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1977 30.09.1979 Project funding

Role of Vascular Wall Chemokines in the Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis.(zu SCORE A)
Mach Francois University of Geneva - GE 01.01.1999 31.12.2001 Project funding

Role of Vascular Wall Chemokines in the Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis. (SCORE A)
Mach Francois University of Geneva - GE 01.01.1999 31.12.2005 Ambizione

Quantitation of cardiocirculatory function by digital image processing in coronary heart disease
Rutishauser Wilhelm University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1984 31.03.1987 Project funding

Noninvasive Assessment of Myocardial Metabolism with Radionuclides
Lerch René University of Geneva - GE 01.10.1982 30.09.1984 Project funding

The role of the endocannabinoid system in atherosclerosis
Steffens Sabine University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2007 31.07.2010 Project funding

Role of visfatin on inflammatory atherosclerotic vulnerability for ischemic stroke
Montecucco Fabrizio University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2011 31.03.2014 Project funding

MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES BASED ON RISK PREDICTION AFTER ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Viquerat Christian E. University of Geneva - GE 01.10.1985 30.09.1987 Project funding

The role of gap junctional communication in the development of atheroscerosis (subside MHV)
Kwak Brenda Renata University of Geneva - GE 01.01.2002 31.12.2003 Marie Heim-Voegtlin grants

Patient selection and additive ablation strategy beyond pulmonary vein isolation for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
Shah Dipen C. University of Geneva - GE 01.09.2017 31.08.2021 Project funding

Role of TGF-ß1-deficient B cells and follicular regulatory T cells in atherosclerosis
Mach Francois University of Geneva - GE 01.04.2018 31.03.2022 Project funding

Anti-inflammatory treatment to reduce atherosclerosis and acute myocardial ischemia
Mach Francois University of Geneva - GE 01.01.2005 31.12.2007 Project funding

Assessment of metabolism in reperfused post-ischemic myocar- dium
Lerch René University of Geneva - GE 01.10.1987 30.09.1989 Project funding

Quantitation of cardiocirculatory function by digital image processing in coronary heart disease.
Rutishauser Wilhelm University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1987 31.03.1990 Project funding

The role of gap junction-mediated cell-to-cell communication in the development of atherosclerosis
Kwak Brenda Renata University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2003 30.09.2007 SNSF Professorships

Quantitation of cardiocirculatory function by digital image processing in coronary heart disease
Rutishauser Wilhelm University of Geneva - GE 01.04.1982 31.03.1984 Project funding
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