Carla Weinheimer

Associate Professor of Medicine

    • 5631 Citations
    1988 …2020

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    Research interests

    My research is centered in the Mouse Cardiovascular Phenotyping Core. This core provides phenotyping support to a growing number of investigators interested in utilizing murine models to gain insights into the pathogenesis of cardiac arrhythmias, ventricular hypertrophy, myocardial ischemia or infarct remodeling. Specifically, I am involved in developing and implementing new surgical models of cardiovascular disease in mice. These models are then used to study how novel interventions, drug therapy, gene therapy, and imaging techniques can be used to further understand the human cardiac disease processes.

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    Research Output

    • 5631 Citations
    • 61 Article
    • 1 Short survey
    Open Access
  • Immunomodulatory role of nonneuronal cholinergic signaling in myocardial injury

    Rocha-Resende, C., Weinheimer, C., Bajpai, G., Adamo, L., Matkovich, S. J., Schilling, J., Barger, P. M., Lavine, K. J. & Mann, D. L., Jul 25 2019, In : JCI Insight. 4, 14, e128961.

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    Open Access
  • 4 Scopus citations

    TFEB activation in macrophages attenuates postmyocardial infarction ventricular dysfunction independently of ATG5-mediated autophagy

    Javaheri, A., Bajpai, G., Picataggi, A., Mani, S., Foroughi, L., Evie, H., Kovacs, A., Weinheimer, C. J., Hyrc, K., Xiao, Q., Ballabio, A., Lee, J. M., Matkovich, S. J., Razani, B., Schilling, J. D., Lavine, K. J. & Diwan, A., Nov 1 2019, In : JCI Insight. 4, 21, e127312.

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    Open Access
  • 3 Scopus citations

    Tissue Resident CCR2- and CCR2+ Cardiac Macrophages Differentially Orchestrate Monocyte Recruitment and Fate Specification Following Myocardial Injury

    Bajpai, G., Bredemeyer, A., Li, W., Zaitsev, K., Koenig, A. L., Lokshina, I., Mohan, J., Ivey, B., Hsiao, H. M., Weinheimer, C., Kovacs, A., Epelman, S., Artyomov, M., Kreisel, D. & Lavine, K. J., Jan 18 2019, In : Circulation research. 124, 2, p. 263-278 16 p.

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    Open Access
  • 64 Scopus citations

    Transcription factor EB activation rescues advanced αB-crystallin mutation-induced cardiomyopathy by normalizing desmin localization

    Ma, X., Mani, K., Liu, H., Kovacs, A., Murphy, J. T., Foroughi, L., French, B. A., Weinheimer, C. J., Kraja, A., Benjamin, I. J., Hill, J. A., Javaheri, A. & Diwan, A., 2019, In : Journal of the American Heart Association. 8, 4, e010866.

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    Open Access
  • 13 Scopus citations