My overarching research interest and long-term goal is personalizing care for patients with heart failure. This is a complex, interdisciplinary endeavor requiring advancement in several areas. Presently, my research efforts are focused on the following sub-aims: clarifying mechanisms of heart failure pathogenesis, elucidating clinical and molecular phenotypes, improving risk-stratification, and characterizing physician-patient communication. To accomplish these aims, I use non-invasive metabolomic and lipoprotein profiling, multivariate modeling, tissue proteomics, and mixed-methods analysis of clinical dialogue. My vision is to combine these methodologies in future prospective studies to build, evaluate, and improve personalized care in heart failure.
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