Join us for a special event focusing on Myotonic Dystrophy!

This special event, jointly hosted by the Seattle Senator Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Specialized Research Center (MDSRC) and the CTMR, is a fabulous opportunity for researchers and clinicians to connect with the myotonic dystrophy community over food and refreshments. We are thrilled that Dr. John Day will join us from Standford for a research seminar on…

Aditi Prabhala- Husky 100!

Congratulations to Aditi Prabhala for being selected as a 2024 Husky 100 member! The Husky 100 list recognizes undergraduate and graduate students who make the most of their time at UW. Aditi Prabhala is an undergraduate student in the Regnier Heart and Muscle Mechanics (HAMM) Lab mentored by PhD student, Kerry Kao. In addition to her…

Join us tomorrow (May 16th) for a seminar by Dr. Andrew McCulloch, UCSD

The CTMR is thrilled to be hosting Dr. Andrew McCulloch, Shu Chien Chancellor’s Endowed Chair in Engineering and Medicine, University of California San Diego. Dr. McCulloch will visit us in Seattle tomorrow, May 16th, to present at the Breakfast Club Seminar Series and visit with UW researchers throughout the day. “Andrew is known around the world as…

Complex problems require collaborative science

CTMR Investigators, Mike Regnier and David Mack, were part of a multi-institutional research effort to uncover the disease mechanism for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy caused by a mutation in myosin (MYH7 G256E). The project was a collaborative effort between investigators at UW, Stanford University, University of California Santa Barbara, the Curie Institute in Paris, and the Allen Institute for Cell…

Join us tomorrow (April 25th) for a seminar by Dr. Bill Lehman, Boston University

The CTMR is thrilled to be hosting Dr. Bill Lehman, Professor of Pharmacology, Physiology & Biophysics, Vice Chair Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Biophysics, Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine. Dr. Lehman will visit us in Seattle tomorrow, April 25th, to present at the Breakfast Club Seminar Series and visit with UW researchers…

CTMR Sponsors the 2024 Myofilament Meeting

The CTMR is proud to sponsor the Cardiovascular Research Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2024 Myofilament Meeting: Contractile Systems, Mechanobiology & Regulation: Novel Concepts Technologies & Applications held in Madison, Wisconsin, May 18-21, 2024. CTMR Director, Mike Regnier, is part of the Scientific Organizing Committee for the event, a speaker at the Oral Session on Myofilament-Based…

The CTMR is a Proud Sponsor of the 2024 Cardiac Regulatory Mechanisms Gordon Research Conference

The CTMR is a Proud Sponsor of the 2024 Cardiac Regulatory Mechanisms Gordon Research Conference Two of our CTMR Directors, Mike Regnier and Jen Davis, will present their research at the conference. And CTMR Investigator, Rong Tian, is co-Chairing the event happening June 23-28, 2024, at Colby-Sawyer College in New London, New Hampshire. Jennifer Davis…

CTMR Faculty- Valerie Daggett- to Present the UW University Faculty Lecture

Congratulations to CTMR investigator Dr. Valerie Daggett for being awarded the UW 2023 University Faculty Lecture award! Dr. Daggett will present her work at the 47th annual University Faculty Lecture. Please see the event information below and more information here. Valerie Daggett, PhD David and Nancy Auth Endowed Professor in the Department of Bioengineering Talk…

Call for Applications: Wellstone MDSRC Trainees

The Senator Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Specialized Research Center (MDSRC) at the University of Washington Invites Grant Applications for: Graduate and Postdoctoral Research or Training in Muscular Dystrophies The Senator Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Specialized Research Center seeks applications from pre- and post-doctoral trainees, or other individuals in mentored training positions in basic,…