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Xiaoying Cai is one of seven researchers nationally recently selected by @american_heart and The Children's Heart Foundation to receive congenital heart defect research funding. Xiaoying is a #biomedicalengineering grad student and the only one to receive funding who has not already received a PhD or MD #UVA #uvaaspire @mendedlittleheartsnational

Besides #HeartMonth, we're also celebrating Health IT Week here — meet (part of) our security team! #UVA https://t.co/dEK0Yblui8

We may have forgotten to tell Bo the therapy dog that today is #goredforwomen day #UVA #heartmonth

What's a STEMI? Watch interventional cardiologist Michael Ragosta explain these emergencies https://t.co/KwKaz5zI0X #hearthealth #heartmonth

We're forming a regional collaborative with @_CHKD for pediatric cardiac care https://t.co/WJbPKNGCzg https://t.co/WuSMC4M4rP

Partners in Pediatric Cardiac Care

Two major Virginia children's hospitals, more than 100 miles apart, have all but eliminated the distance between them for infants with congenital heart defects. In a bid to improve its worse-than-expected performance in surgical repairs, Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters in Norfolk is partnering with the Charlottesville-based University of Virginia Children's Hospital to shift responsibility for congenital heart surgery roughly three hours northwest to the Charlottesville facility. Click the photo to read more.

Getting close to #menopause? You should also be thinking about heart disease prevention https://t.co/uLxA7fvymm #HeartHealth @NBC29

Cardiac rehab programs help people w/ heart disease, but less than 20% of those eligible use them https://t.co/NGhw2ONTGu @American_Heart

Women's heart disease risk factors appear to increase before menopause, research found https://t.co/jerjLqCYyf

Our Stroke Team's team at last week's American Heart Association Charlottesville Heart Walk. Were you there? We'd love to see more pics!