Research that Drives Excellence and Discovery

Arora Translational Lab was started in the fall of 2016. Under the directorship of Dr. Pankaj Arora, MD, FAHA, and Dr. Garima Arora, MD, MRCP, the lab has grown leaps and bounds since its start. The primary focus of the lab is the natriuretic peptide system and the causal role of deficiency of the natriuretic peptide signaling in the development of cardiometabolic diseases. The lab is focused on translating genetic, molecular, and animal discoveries around the natriuretic peptide system into an improved and comprehensive understanding of human physiology through clinically focused patient-oriented research. The lab is also actively involved in research focused on cardiovascular epidemiology, human clinical trials, molecular biology, and cardiovascular genetics.  

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