Guest Editorial - Douglas E. Vaughan, M.D. pg. 3
Here again, Vanderbilt scientists are playing an important role.
Rose Marie Robertson, M.D., the first Vanderbilt faculty member to serve as president of the American Heart Association, has been the association’s chief science officer since 2003. She and NHLBI director Elizabeth “Betsy” Nabel, M.D., discuss the current state of research funding, the evolving mission of the institute and the value of public-private partnerships in this issue of Lens.
Betsy and I were fellows together at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Her vision and leadership have re-invigorated cardiovascular research nationally. She gives us the confidence that critically important areas of investigation will thrive in the years ahead, and that we will be able to continue to make progress in the fight against this nation’s leading disease killer.
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