2020: Javid Moslehi was elected as a member of the American Society of Clinical Investigation

2020: Jonathan Mosley received the Clinical Pharmacology Faculty Teaching Award

2019:  Lynne Stevenson was elected to the American Association of Physicians

2019: Javid Moslehi became Chair, AHA Cardio-Oncology Science Subcommittee, American Heart Association (AHA)

2019:  Aaron Aday became an Editorial Board member of Vascular Medicine

2019:  Justin Bachmann received the American College of Cardiology Presidential Career Development Award

2019: Evan Brittain recieved the Early Career Achievement Award, American Thoracic Society Pulmonary Circulation Assembly and joined the Chest editorial board

April 2019: Jane Ferguson and Jonathan Mosley received NIH R01 funding for a study of “Virtual metabolomics as a discovery tool for novel cardiometabolic disease biology

August 2018: Jane Ferguson received NIH R01 funding for a study of “Determinants of alpha-aminoadipic acid (2-AAA) and relationship to diabetes”

April 2016:  Evan Brittain, MD MSCI received The American Society for Clinical Investigation 2016 Young Physician-Scientist Award

April 2016:  Jai Singh, MD received the Best Poster Award in Prevention at the American College of Cardiology meeting.  His research is on “The Association of the American Heart Association’s Life’s Simple 7 with Incident Cancer in the Southern Community Cohort Study”

June 2016:  Evan Brittain MD MSCI and Thomas Wang MD received NIH R01 funding for a study of “PDE5 Inhibition for obesity-related cardiometabolic dysfunction”

June 2016:  Deepak Gupta MD MSCI received NIH K23 funding for a study of “The natriuretic peptide system in African-Americans”

July 2016: Jonathan Mosley MD PhD received AHA Fellow to Faculty Transition Award.

August 2016:  Deepak Gupta, MD MSCI was selected as a member of the American Heart Association Council on Epidemiology and Prevention Early Career Committee

August 2016:  Thomas Wang, MD, Deepak Gupta MD MSCI, and J. Jeffrey Carr MD MSc received NIH R01 funding for a study of “Tissue sodium, inflammation, and blood pressure in MESA”

August 2016:  Matthew Freiberg, MD MS received NIH R01 funding for a study of Protein Biomarkers for CVD Prediction in HIV-Infected and Uninfected Veterans

August 2016:  Matthew Freiberg, MD MS received NIH U01 funding for a study of Targeting HIV-comorbidities with Pharmacotherapy to Reduce Alcohol and Tobacco Use in HIV-infected Russians