Heart & Vascular Clinical Trials & Research
LeBauer-Brodie Center for Cardiovascular Research and Education
At Cone Health, you benefit from a heart and vascular team dedicated to continually advancing your care. By taking part in clinical trials and other clinical research, your Cone Health physicians stay up-to-date on the latest treatments and technology so they can give you the best possible care.
Leaders in Cardiovascular Research
The LeBauer Cardiovascular Research Foundation was created in 1991 by Bruce Brodie, MD, Tom Stuckey, MD, and Denise Muncy, RN. For more than 25 years, the Foundation has promoted clinical research in the Piedmont Triad. The foundation was renamed The LeBauer-Brodie Center for Cardiovascular Research and Education in 2016 upon formal integration with the Heart and Vascular Center at Cone Health.
We collaborate with numerous centers in the United States and around the world to bring you promising new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose and treat heart and vascular disease.
As our patient, your well-being is always our top priority. That’s why we focus on clinical trials that have high potential for advancing treatment of heart and vascular disease, especially in the areas of:
- Heart attack care
- Heart failure care
- Heart rhythm disorders care
- Heart surgery
- Management of cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes
- Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) care
Creating New Standards for Heart Attack Care
Trust the experience of doctors who helped set new standards for heart care in the Piedmont Triad and across the country. Starting from the internationally recognized pioneering work of Drs. Bruce Brodie and Richard Weintraub in the 1980’s on the timely opening of a heart attack artery, Cone Health has strived to be one of the very best centers in the nation. The Heart and Vascular Center, through its LeBauer-Brodie Center for Cardiovascular Research and Education, has remained a consistent leader in the landmark clinical trials testing the new strategies, drugs, and devices that have defined best practice.
Find a Cardiovascular Clinical Trial
Your doctor may suggest you consider a clinical trial, or you may discover one through your own research. Before joining a cardiovascular clinical trial at Cone Health, you’ll meet with our research coordinator to determine whether the trial is a good fit for you. All of our trials have been approved by the Cone Health Institutional Review Board.
Learn more about how clinical trials work or explore clinical trials currently open at Cone Health.