Paul DiCorleto, PhD

Paul DiCorleto, PhD

As Chair of the Lerner Research Institute, Paul DiCorleto, PhD, oversees all laboratory and clinical research at Cleveland Clinic. An expert in cardiovascular biology, he has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles on the biological pathways leading to atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Dr. DiCorleto is actively involved in educating future scientists.

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How Science is Mending Broken Hearts

Tags: Cardiomyopathy, heart failure, heart transplant, innovation, research

Too often, cardiomyopathy goes undetected and untreated for too long. Scientists are working to change that.

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4 Ways Science Will Change Your Health in 2015

Tags: diagnostic tests, heart disease, research, vaccines

These four discoveries made headlines in the past. Now, they’re poised to make a real impact on patient care in 2015 and beyond.


Why You Should Pay Attention to Chronic Inflammation

Tags: cancer, heart disease, inflammation, innovation, research

Uncontrolled inflammation plays a role in almost every major disease. Find out why researchers spend so much time understanding it — and what you can do to prevent it now.

woman with stomach pain

Why Scientists Put Your Diet Under the Microscope

Tags: Crohn's disease, diet, digestive diseases, healthy diet, IBD, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis

Painful digestive diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease are on the rise. Find out why researchers focus on the Western diet’s role in risk.

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Crowd Power: A New Way to Solve Health Problems

Tags: HIV, IBD, inflammatory bowel disease, innovation, research

Marketers do it. Fundraisers do it. Smartphone apps do it. Now, scientists are turning to the power of the crowd to solve health’s biggest challenges.

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Busting 4 Myths About Stem Cell Research

Tags: diabetes, heart disease, innovation, leukemia, multiple sclerosis, myths, Parkinson's Disease, research, stem cells, stroke

Stem cell research is alive, well and as full of possibilities as ever. Get the facts on this flourishing field.


When Antibiotics Stop Working, What’s Next?

Tags: antibiotics, bacterial infection, innovation, research

We may be entering a postantibiotic era, where drug-resistant “superbugs” threaten our health and economy. Learn how science is fighting these superbugs.

Liver models

How 3D Printing Makes Surgery More Personal

Tags: 3D Printer, 3D printing, innovation, liver disease, transplant

3D printing gives surgeons individualized models of the liver to guide their work. Welcome to the age of precise, personalized surgery.


How Science Can Fight the Obesity Epidemic

Tags: genetics, metabolism, obesity, research

Science tells us there is more to obesity than meets the eye. Solving the obesity crisis requires a look at the big picture — and under the microscope.

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4 Vaccine Myths Busted by Science

Tags: breast cancer vaccine, flu, flu vaccine, measles, myths, vaccine, vaccines, whooping cough

You don't have to look far to find vaccine myths and misconceptions. But forget what you've heard — for the sake of your health and the health of those around you.