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Peter C. VanBuren

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University of Vermont

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University of Vermont

322 South Prospect Street

Burlington, Vermont, 05401

United States

Company Description

We are the tertiary referral center for Vermont, areas of New Hampshire, and upstate New York. Our patients represent the entire range of socioeconomic diversity and we serve large refugee populations from Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Balkan...more

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Burroughs Wellcome Fund: Biomedical Sciences: Career Awards Advisory Committee

Peter C. Van Buren, M.D.Postdoctoral Institution: University of VermontFaculty Institution: University of Vermont


Faculty/Physicians | University Cardiology Associates | Medicine | Fletcher Allen Health Care

Peter VanBuren, MD


Peter VanBuren, MD | University Cardiology Associates | Medicine | Fletcher Allen Health Care

Peter VanBuren, MD
Departments & Services > University Cardiology Associates > Faculty/Physicians > Peter VanBuren, MD Peter VanBuren, MD Peter VanBuren, MD Dr. VanBuren focuses his clinical and research activities on mechanisms underlying cardiomyopathy and heart failure as well as identification of optimal treatment of those with heart failure. He is the principle investigator of a National Institutes of Health grant studying "Contractile Dysfunction in Ischemic Heart Disease" and recently completed a study for the American Heart Association on "Assessment of left ventricular assist devices on Contractile Protein Composition and Function in Human Cardiomyopathy. He is a manuscript reviewer for many peer reviewed journals and has presented his research findings at national and international meetings. Dr. VanBuren received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Vermont. Major Research Interests: Delineated the role of sarcomeric proteins in the contractile deficit of human myocardial failure. With the use of human myocardial biopsy samples and an in vitro model of muscle contraction, Dr. VanBuren has identified key molecular defects in the contractile machinery. Principal Investigator: Peter VanBuren Co-Investigator: Peter VanBuren Co-Investigator: Peter VanBuren Principal Investigator: Peter VanBuren Co-Investigator: Peter VanBuren Publications: VanBuren P, Work SS, Warshaw DM. Enhanced force generation by smooth muscle myosin in vitro. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA.1994; 91:202-205.


Peter VanBuren, MD | University Cardiology Associates | Medicine | Fletcher Allen Health Care

Peter VanBuren, MD
Departments & Services > University Cardiology Associates > Peter VanBuren, MD Peter VanBuren, MD Peter VanBuren, MD Dr. VanBuren focuses his clinical and research activities on mechanisms underlying cardiomyopathy and heart failure as well as identification of optimal treatment of those with heart failure. He is the principle investigator of a National Institutes of Health grant studying "Contractile Dysfunction in Ischemic Heart Disease" and recently completed a study for the American Heart Association on "Assessment of left ventricular assist devices on Contractile Protein Composition and Function in Human Cardiomyopathy. He is a manuscript reviewer for many peer reviewed journals and has presented his research findings at national and international meetings. Dr. VanBuren received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Vermont. Major Research Interests: Delineated the role of sarcomeric proteins in the contractile deficit of human myocardial failure. With the use of human myocardial biopsy samples and an in vitro model of muscle contraction, Dr. VanBuren has identified key molecular defects in the contractile machinery. Principal Investigator: Peter VanBuren Co-Investigator: Peter VanBuren Co-Investigator: Peter VanBuren Principal Investigator: Peter VanBuren Co-Investigator: Peter VanBuren Publications: VanBuren P, Work SS, Warshaw DM. Enhanced force generation by smooth muscle myosin in vitro. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA.1994; 91:202-205.


Staff Directory | Medicine | Fletcher Allen Health Care

Peter VanBuren, MD
Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, Ischemic Heart Disease, Valvular Heart Disease, Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy


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