Since 1990, the Rockman Lab has utilized the power of teamwork, positivity, and creative thinking in their investigation of the molecular mechanisms of hypertrophy and heart failure.
Robert Lefkowitz, MD, and Howard Rockman, MD, are colleagues and collaborators. They recently sat down to talk about what they've learned in their long careers in biomedical research. Hear more from Dr. Lefkowitz at noon on Fri., Jan. 27, at Medicine Research Seminar.
Howard Rockman, MD, will present his research at the Department's Research Seminar Series on Friday, Oct. 28, 2016 in Duke Hospital Room 2002. Dr. Rockman will discuss Biased GPCR Signaling in the Heart.
Duke Cardiovascular Research Center members Nenand Bursac, PhD, Howard Rockman, MD, and Victor Dzau, MD, are part of a mulit-university team of researchers that has been tasked with creating and testing a three-dimensional "heart patch" that can literally mend a broken heart.
Howard Rockman, MD, professor of medicine, has agreed to serve as director of the Duke Cardiovascular Research Center. The mission of the CVRC is to solidify, enhance and support outstanding cardiovascular research from the basic discovery end of the translational research spectrum.
A research team in the Division of Nephrology has received one of two new competitive grants from