As you read this, hundreds of research trials are underway at the Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic. They range from basic cellular research to the development of a new artificial heart. We develop and test new cardiovascular disease treatments and therapies, and make them available to our patients as soon as possible. These efforts are part of an enduring legacy of innovation at Cleveland Clinic.
- Interested in participating in a clinical trial? Or, you may want to explore the various and extensive research studies being conducted at the Cleveland Clinic Heart Center. Visit Clinical Research.
- Want to know more about the academic side of our research? Visit the Cleveland Clinic Coordinating Center for Clinical Research; (C5Research) and the Vascular Surgery Academic Research Organization (VSARO).
- Did you know the first coronary artery bypass operation took place at Cleveland Clinic in 1968? Visit our History of Innovations Timeline to learn more about our legacy.
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