Older Men Who Have Heart Disease May Benefit From Testosterone Therapy

By Donovan C. Baltich
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Testosterone supplementation may not be as bad for your health as previously thought — in fact, in older men with coronary artery disease and low levels of testosterone, researcher have found that it may reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke.

Intermountain Healthcare Researchers Selected to Participate in the Vice President’s Clinical & Translational (VPCAT) Research Scholars Program

By Susan Gagnier
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As part of Intermountain Healthcare Senior Leadership’s efforts to invest in clinical investigation, the Intermountain Office of Research (OoR) has identified the training and mentoring of junior investigators as a high priority. These activities are imperative for advancing the standard of care for patients and align with Intermountain Healthcare’s vision of embedding research into the clinical care programs. The first step in this process had been to form a partnership with the University of Utah for the VPCAT Research Scholars Program. The VPCAT Research Scholars Program is designed to offer intensive mentorship and support to junior investigators committed to careers in clinical or translational research.