Emily Decker

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Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) have significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) compared to the general population, and this is only partially explained by traditional CVD risk factors. Vascular dysfunction is an important non-traditional risk factor, characterized by vascular endothelial dysfunction (most commonly assessed as(More)
Despite rates of CKD continuing to increase, the current evidence base used to guide CKD management is smaller than that for many other chronic diseases. Clinical investigators face multiple barriers to conducting research in patients with CKD. CKD patients have multiple comorbidities that make them a risky intervention target; thus, they are often excluded(More)
Advances in DNA sequencing have made large, diagnostic gene panels affordable and efficient. Broad adoption of such panels has begun to deliver on the promises of personalized medicine, but has also brought new challenges such as the presence of unexpected results, or results of uncertain clinical significance. Genetic analysis of inherited cardiac(More)
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