Office of Research

Center for Cardiovascular Biology


The Center for Cardiovascular Biology is dedicated to discovering the molecular basis of cardiovascular disease, harnessing this information to develop new therapies, and training the next generation of cardiovascular physicians and scientists.

Established in 2003, the Center for Cardiovascular Biology comprises 24 core research laboratories and 30,000 square feet at the UW's Lake Union campus. Affiliate members come from throughout the UW system, and are linked by an interdisciplinary set of training grants, multi-investigator research grants, clinical trials and seminar series.

Core Services Offered

Cardiovascular physiology/phenotyping, and cardiovascular imaging.

Reporting Structure:

Chair of Department of Pathology

Related UW Entities:

Department of Pathology
Department of Bioengineering
Deparment of Medicine - Cardiology
Deparment of Radiology
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Surgery

External Partners:

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute
Benaroya Research Institute

Center Details

Director: MacLellan, Robb (Interim Director)
Location: 850 Republican Street, Brotman Building, Seattle, WA 98109
Year Started: 2003
Administrator / Program Manager: Meredith, Kristen
Administering College/School: School of Medicine 
P.I. Home Department: Department of Pathology 
Faculty Involvement: 24 (core faculty)
24 (affiliate faculty)