Cardiology Clinical Trials
Read more about our current cardiology clinical trials to find a study that might be right for you.
Founded in 1987, and named in honor of Peter Gazes, M.D., the Gazes Cardiac Research Institute is one of the nation's leading centers for heart failure research.
Directed by Donald Menick, Ph.D., the Institute brings together a diverse group of ten investigators interested in fundamental cardiovascular research and the translation of basic scientific discoveries to clinical practice. The diversity and collaborative interactions within the Institute and broader university, including the Departments of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology and Cardiac Surgery, foster a multidisciplinary approach to basic and translational research.
The Gazes Institute's well-documented history of training some of Americas most promising scientists, many of whom have gone on to careers as clinical and basic scientists in cardiovascular research, including the Chief of Cardiology for Washington University.