Shifting paradigms and bridging gaps


EVBio evangelizes a paradigm shift in endothelial cells mechanobiology to bridge the gaps between vascular hemodynamics and pathophysiologic disease models

Basic Research

EVBio supports and promotes new paradigms in endothelial cells research. Future research should discover hidden mechanotransductive pathways using new experimental approaches that accurately mimic human physiopathology

Translational Research

Translational research bridges the gaps between biomechanics and mechanobiology. Our members are active experts in bioengineering, biomedical engineering, vascular surgery and molecular biology. They work together to break the silos and bridge the gaps in vascular medicine.

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EVBio calls for a universal theory of vascular disease where mechanobiology and hemodynamics are connected in one explanatory framework

– Khalid Saqr, EVBio founder