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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Supported by a four-year, $2 million Grand Challenge Award from the American Heart Association, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center researcher Jennifer Van Eyk is leading an effort to discover and validate protein biomarkers for cardiovascular disease.

The project, which also incorporates genomics research led by University of Pennsylvania researcher Daniel Rader, will use a variety of proteomic platforms in both the discovery and validation stages to evaluate patient samples drawn from four separate well-characterized cohorts.

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