• Molecular Cardiovascular Biology Research

    The Division of Molecular Cardiovascular Biology at Cincinnati Children’s is dedicated to understanding the basic causes of pediatric heart disease. Our team of MDs, MD / PhDs and PhDs investigates the spectrum of cardiovascular disease, and we work closely with divisions throughout Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati to approach our research with a comprehensive perspective.

    The main focus of our research is directed at normal and abnormal cardiac function and development. Our members have been highly successful in the publication of important work in first-tier journals, procurement of substantial extramural support and becoming recognized authorities in their areas of research. In addition, we work closely with the Division of Pediatric Cardiology to provide a strong research training component for the overall cardiovascular efforts of Cincinnati Children's.

    Explore our research, and learn more about the role we play in pediatric heart disease research, education and care at Cincinnati Children’s.

  • The Heart Institute

    Learn more about the role we play as part of the world’s first fully integrated pediatric heart institute.

    Learn more about our division, which is part of the Heart Institute, a fully integrated organization devoted to being the leader in cardiac care, research and education. 

    Learn more about the Heart Institute.
  • Research and Training Details

    Research Fellows28
    Research Students23
    Support Personnel24
    Direct Annual Grant Support$4,551,300
    Direct Annual Industry Support$149,991
    Peer Reviewed Publications41

  • U.S. News cardiology and heart surgery badge.
    Our cardiology and heart surgery programs are ranked among the top in the nation in the 2016-17 list of Best Children’s Hospitals published by U.S. News & World ReportLearn more