Center for Hypertension and Personalized Medicine

ENRICHMENT AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS

JOURNAL CLUB: CHPM scientists and trainees hold weekly meetings where published papers of high impact in the fields of hypertension, cardiovascular and metabolic physiology and disease  are presented and discussed. 

SEMINAR SERIES: this series is co-sponsored with the Molecular Medicine (MOME) graduate program and other basic and clinical departments in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences. Seminars on a variety of topics related to hypertension, metabolic disorders and cardiovascular disease in general are presented by extra- and intra-mural experts.

GRADUATE STUDENT EDUCATION: several CHPM faculty members are actively involved in graduate student education in the Molecular Medicine (MOME) graduate program track, which is part of the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Education program at the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences. This program provides students with the necessary training and tools to become independent scientists. 

MENTORING AND SCIENTIFIC WRITING ASSISTANCE: a core group of CHPM scientists provides mentoring to junior faculty in developing laboratory management skills, and to trainees, junior and established faculty in manuscript preparation, and reviewing/editing of grant proposals.

RESEARCH WORKSHOPS: scientists from CHPM hold regular meetings to foster interdisciplinary collaborations and discuss grant proposals.

ANNUAL HYPERTENSION RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM: on September 22, 2015 CHPM scientists and trainees participated in the First Annual Symposium on Hypertension Research held at the College of Medicine and Life Sciences campus, as part of the inauguration week to honor University of Toledo's 17th President, Dr. Sharon L. Gaber. The proceedings of this memorable event were published in the JCCTR Newsletter.

Last Updated: 8/9/17