Women’s Ischemia Trial to Reduce Events in Non-Obstructive CAD (WARRIOR)
- This study aims to determine if intensive medical therapy, provided as part of a directed protocol, is better than usual care in women who have signs and symptoms of suspected ischemia (limited blood flow to heart muscle) but have no important blockages in their coronary arteries.
- Government funded, Department of Defense
Myocardial Ischemia and Transfusion (MINT): A transfusion trial in anemic patients with acute myocardial infarction
- Red blood cell transfusions are extremely common medical interventions, yet, it remains unclear when patients should be transfused. This pilot study will evaluate the feasibility of conducting a research protocol that will lead to a large scale clinical trial designed to evaluate the treatment effectiveness of two transfusion threshold strategies in patients with coronary artery disease.
- Government funded, National Institutes of Health
Understanding Preferences among Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation Patients
- The purpose of this Patient Preference Survey Trial is to learn what is important to individuals with Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation when evaluating their health and treatment, and better understand preferences for treatment of Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation from the patient’s perspective.
- Commercially Funded, Edwards Lifesciences
Machine Learning and Deformable Model-Based 4D Characterization of Cardiac Dyssynchrony from MRI
- The aim of this study is to develop novel end-to-end ML-based cardiac MRI analysis tools that will detect and classify cardiac regional dysfunction for cardiac dyssynchrony and provide information that will clarify how those decisions were arrived at, for better clinical utility.
- Government Funded, National Institutes of Health
- The aim of this research project is to study digital delivery of healthcare to patients with heart failure.
- Read more about the study at https://news.uams.edu/2019/12/11/uams-awarded-4-million-to-study-digital-delivery-of-heart-patient-care/
- Government Funded, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)