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Complex Coronary Artery Disease Science Center

Making the impossible possible through innovative research and education around treatment approaches for the most complex of coronary artery disease cases.

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Valve Science Center

A world-class research and education center focused on innovative care and treatment for valvular heart disease, a public health crisis and life-threatening condition.

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Women’s Cardiovascular Science Center

Advance the understanding of heart and vascular disease in women, how to prevent it, and how to optimize heart health.

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Cardiovascular Learning & Innovation Center

Transform your ideas through experiential learning & collaboration with our world-class cardiovascular experts from MHI® at Abbott Northwestern Hospital

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MHIF Women’s Heart Health Interview on WCCO Radio

Sunday, November 10, 2019 Roshini Rajkumar led a roundtable conversation about women’s heart health on her WCCO radio show, “Real Talk with Roshini”. The segment featured MHI physician and MHIF researcher Dr. Retu Saxena, who spoke about the disparities in women’s heart health and the establishment of MHIF’s Women’s Cardiovascular Science Center, which is committed to improving women’s health outcomes and addressing the need to #ResearchHer.

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Dr. Scott Sharkey and Patient Kristen Bowlds Interviewed on KSTP for Women’s Heart Research

SCAD patient Kristen Bowlds shared her inspiring patient story alongside her cardiologist and Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation® (MHIF) chief medical officer, Dr. Scott Sharkey, in an interview with KSTP 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS.

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Dr. Miedema in Men’s Health Article on Millennial High Blood Pressure

Dr. Michael Miedema, MHIF researcher and Minneapolis Heart Institute® preventive cardiologist, was cited in a Men’s Health article, “The Great Millennial Blood Pressure Problem“, which addresses why high blood pressure is rising for millennials.

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What is Holiday Heart Syndrome? Dr. Mosi Bennett on WCCO

With cookies, parties, heavy foods and alcohol, this time of year can have a big impact on our bodies. Throw in stress and little sleep, and it can become more than some hearts can handle. Dr. Bennett mentions that "Holiday Heart Syndrome" (atrial fibrillation), can occur when someone is usually healthy after increased alcohol intake.

Dr. Scott Sharkey and Patient Kristen Bowlds Interviewed on KSTP for Women’s Heart Research

SCAD patient Kristen Bowlds shared her inspiring patient story alongside her cardiologist and Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation® (MHIF) chief medical officer, Dr. Scott Sharkey, in an interview with KSTP 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS.

Dr. Miedema in Men’s Health Article on Millennial High Blood Pressure

Dr. Michael Miedema, MHIF researcher and Minneapolis Heart Institute® preventive cardiologist, was cited in a Men’s Health article, “The Great Millennial Blood Pressure Problem“, which addresses why high blood pressure is rising for millennials.

What is Holiday Heart Syndrome? Dr. Mosi Bennett on WCCO

With cookies, parties, heavy foods and alcohol, this time of year can have a big impact on our bodies. Throw in stress and little sleep, and it can become more than some hearts can handle. Dr. Bennett mentions that "Holiday Heart Syndrome" (atrial fibrillation), can occur when someone is usually healthy after increased alcohol intake.

Illuminating Hope at the 2019 Heartbeat Gala

Penny and Lee Anderson commit largest donation in the Foundation’s history, gift will be dedicated entirely to women’s heart health.

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