Rich Lee seeks to understand heart failure and metabolic diseases that accompany human aging, and translate that understanding into therapies. Lee is an active clinician, regularly treating patients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Ana is investigating how we can increase the loss of heart cells that occurs with age or after an injury such as heart attack. Her focus has been on investigating internally driven mechanisms using exercise models.
Jiapeng is interested in the investigation of aging and disease with novel high-resolution mass spectrometry methods, understanding the health effect of the lipid peroxidation, exposome and designing strategies to reduce exposure-associated adverse effects.
Amy is a graduate student in the program of Biomedical Sciences: Experimental Internal Medicine, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She is currently working on exploring novel targets to reprogram cardiomyocytes and promote cardiomyogenesis.