The history and tradition for heart and vascular care on the Baylor Dallas campus is rich with many examples of innovation and research involvement. Conducted through the Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Institute and Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center, research involves new treatment options for heart and vascular patients. Physicians and executive leadership at Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Hospital – Dallas strengthened their resolve to keep research at the heart of ongoing efforts to improve the diagnosis, treatment and care for patients with cardiac and vascular disease.
The Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Institute was established in 1993 to promote cardiovascular research and education to prevent and treat heart and vascular disease. Serves as a research and education facility that supports development and implementation of the newest techniques and technologies in cardiovascular care. Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Institute is part of Baylor University Medical Center and does not provide a referral service.
The Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center began at Baylor-Dallas in 1987 to bring clinically relevant cardiology research studies to Baylor Scott & White Health. The Center is improving patients' lives through innovative research to understand, prevent, and even reverse heart disease. The Center is nationally recognized for conducting high-quality studies on cardiovascular problems, medications, and surgical procedures.
Baylor Scott & White Research Institute (BSWRI) is the dedicated research arm of Baylor Scott & White Health. It conducts research across more than 50 specialty areas through a dedicated network of research team members embedded at dedicated research centers, hospitals and clinics throughout the Baylor Scott & White Health system. BSWRI’s cardiovascular research efforts are regularly included in medical journal publications and presented at medical conferences. BSWRI’s robust cardiovascular portfolio supports research in the following areas: