CORONARIES, THE BLOOD VESSELS IN THE HEART
Great Lakes Science Center offers visitors an insight into cardiology research during part three of the 2012 BioMedTech Speaker Series
March 5th, 2012
Learn about how coronary vessel growth is critical in early heart development, as well as in the healthy and diseased mature heart. Then explore the science behind the heart with models and medical tools. Ask research experts questions about cardiology.
This presentation is the third of four events in the 2012 BioMedTech Speaker Series at Great Lakes Science Center and is presented in partnership with the Cleveland Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative.
Michiko Watanabe, Ph.D.
Professor of Pediatrics, Genetics, Anatomy Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Saturday, March 10
Great Lakes Science Center
601 Erieside Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114
Presentation is free with paid admission to the Science Center. No reservations required.
After the presentation, visit all of the exhibits in the BioMedTech gallery and learn about rapidly advancing innovations in medicine and biomedical technology. Explore genomics, stem cells, prosthetics, functional electrical stimulation (FES), infectious disease and medical imaging.
This project was supported by the National Center for Research Resources and the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs/OD of the National Institutes of Health through Grant Number 8R25OD010992.
For more information on this event and the presenters, visit GreatScience.com.
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The Great Lakes Science Center is one of the nationís leading science and technology centers, featuring hundreds of hands-on exhibits, themed traveling exhibits, daily demonstrations, the awe-inspiring OMNIMAX® Theater and the Steamship William G. Mather. The Science Center is open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with discounted parking available for guests in the attached 500-car garage. The Great Lakes Science Center is generously funded by the citizens of Cuyahoga County through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. For more information, contact the Science Center at (216) 694-2000 or visit www.GreatScience.com.
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