Institutes and Programs

McKinsey, Tim

The Division of Cardiology utilizes both clinical and basic research studies to understand the molecular underpinnings of diseases of the heart, with the ultimate goal of translating these findings into innovative new therapies for excellent clinical care.  Members of the Division have created an integrated research effort, to uncover the signaling, metabolic, inflammatory, mechanical and gene regulatory mechanisms that contribute to acquired and genetic forms of heart diseases in adults and pediatric patients.  The division is home to multiple on-going studies (NIH and AHA sponsored projects, investigator initiated and industry-sponsored trials) that encompass the entirety of basic and clinical cardiology.  These include research studies in outcomes and comparative effectiveness, congestive heart failure, transplantation and mechanical support, structural heart disease, electrophysiology, imaging, peripheral vascular disease, gene and cell based therapy, pulmonary hypertension, as well as multiple other areas. 

Timothy A. McKinsey, Ph.D., Professor of Medicine
Joseph and Rose LaConte Cardiology Endowed Chair
Division Head for Translational Research

Cardiology (SOM)

CU Anschutz

Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion 1

12605 East 16th Avenue

3rd Floor

Aurora, CO 80045


CMS Login