We are on a mission to save lives and improve cardiovascular health through groundbreaking research and education. Our organization provides cutting edge knowledge and help specialists drive innovation and progress in the field of cardiology.
Our CHAI collaborative is an international effort dedicated to revolutionizing our understanding of cardiovascular health and genetic risk factors in South Asians by establishing the first biobank of it’s kind.Learn More →
The Aavishqaar research fund is committed to helping scientists, clinicians, and researchers access the resources they need to discover and share innovations in cardiovascular outcomes research.Learn More →
Every second Monday, the Parallax podcast interviews legendary cardiologists, reviews key clinical trials, and breaks down the latest and greatest literature in cardiology research.Listen →
We are proud to raise a toast to an incredible first five years of making strides in cardiovascular science! From innovative publications to education and awareness, we're proud of our journey and excited for what's to come.
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In the landmark centennial episode of Parallax, Dr. Ankur Kalra welcomes a true luminary in the field of cardiology, Dr. Valentin Fuster. Dr. Fuster invites us to contemplate the concepts of mentorship and trust by recounting pivotal moments from his life, revealing how these principles propelled him towards a life of fulfilment.
Every fortnight, we talk about the lesser known side of cardiovascular care, management, and science.View Episodes
Dr. Kumar discusses how research from the past 15 years highlighted the need to incorporate tissue changes resulting from acute myocardial infarction (MI) into clinical practice. He outlines the four stages of CCS-AMI, and we gain insight into how this novel classification scheme could impact bedside medicine.
A collaboration of experts - epidemiologists, statisticians, and geneticists - convene around a unique biobank to identify genetic markers of heightened cardiovascular risk in South Asians.
Novel surgical techniques, clinical care and management strategies, and population health analyses are only a fraction of the award-winning research published by makeadent.org to inspire change.
Our ongoing commitment to improving cardiovascular health outcomes is made possible by the love and support of the community and our sponsors. As a purely 501(c)3 non-profit organization, every patron helps us take one step forward.
Your generosity fuels life-changing efforts around the world. Choose between supporting the Parallax podcast, the CHAI collaborative, or the Aavishqaar Fund.
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makeadent.org's foundational principles are altruism, brilliance and creativity. We work with clinical investigators to develop and innovate concepts in cardiovascular medicine across the spectrum of topics spanning innovation in heart and vascular science, health disparity, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, and spirituality in medicine.
If you need help in formulating your research question around a concept that will pass muster with the rigor of clinical/scientific investigation, we at makeadent.org are your friends. We will partner with you to help get your question answered with the highest scientific rigor and "see it through" to publication.
We have traditionally not worked with volunteers. However, as we continue to expand our horizons, we will welcome medical students and housestaff with skill in dissemination of health information on social media. If you think you are equipped with the skillset “Pop Science” as some may refer to, please get in touch with us. Also, we will welcome volunteer services for help with raising funds for CHAI (Cardiovascular Health in Asian Indians) Collaborative.
Simple! Just reach out to Dr. Kalra, our creative director and leave the rest to him (and us).