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Benoit Arsenault PhD
Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine - Lipoproteins and Cardiometabolic Health Researcher at the Québec Heart & Lung Institute
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Josh Knowles May 22
Great work! ⁦ Identifying Familial Hypercholesterolemia Using a Blood Donor Screening Program With More Than 1 Million Volunteer Donors | Cardiology | JAMA Cardiology | JAMA Network ⁦⁩ ⁦
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J Anthony Ware 18h
Congratulations on a very interesting set of data!
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Benoit Arsenault PhD 17h
Replying to @JAnthonyWare
Thanks!
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Benoit Arsenault PhD 19h
Replying to @grsoffer
Completely agree. Thanks Gissette ☺️
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Benoit Arsenault PhD 20h
Replying to @CrystalBull
Lp(a) levels were measured a few years ago. We'd probably used the nmol/L measurement (as we do right now) if we'd have to start this project today.
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Replying to @ethanjweiss
Hey thanks Ethan. BTW I really enjoyed the Attia podcast. Learned a lot!
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Ethan Weiss May 23
Must read thread on Lp(a) and longevity and pitfalls of the survival bias trap
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John Patrick Stein May 23
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Aarthi Sabanayagam MD May 23
Interesting thread about genetically elevated Lp(a) and human longevity!
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Benoit Arsenault PhD May 23
Replying to @AHRavandi @CJC_JCC
Thanks!!
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Sam Tsimikas May 23
The evidence for Lp(a)/OxPL-apoB as risk factors and predictors of progression in aortic stenosis (AS) is rapidly increasing, now 7 papers on the topic. Congrats to Benoit and team! The hypothesis to treat AS by lowering Lp(a) or inactivating OxPL awaits to be tested
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Benoit Arsenault PhD May 23
We will present more data on this topic next week at the . Thanks to everybody who contributed to this study (including but not limited to , , , , ...)
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Benoit Arsenault PhD May 23
Replying to @ArsenaultBenoit
We present new data on Lp(a)/OxPL distribution in 2 “real-world” clinical settings in Quebec and Montreal. We also show that in individuals without aortic stenosis or aortic valve *macro*calcification, those with high Lp(a) have on average higher aortic valve *micro*calcification
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Benoit Arsenault PhD May 23
Our new manuscript entitled "Lipoprotein(a), Oxidized Phospholipids, and Aortic Valve Microcalcification Assessed by 18F-NaF PET/CT" is online in
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Joanna Tzoulaki May 19
1/4 Our new European Heart Journal paper on untargetted NMR metabolomics and atherosclerosis across 3 population cohort studies: MESA, Rotterdam and LOLIPOP studies. A summary of our results:
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Thierry Alquier May 17
😮😬 Oversimplified beliefs are still strong despite science evidences showcasing the complexity of feeding behavior & nutritional/metabolic responses in a given environment & genetic background.
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Kevin Hall May 16
Here’s our latest RCT on ultraprocessed versus unprocessed food published today in . Looking forward to seeing how it’s received!
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anahad oconnor May 16
My latest: A study published today sheds new light on the detrimental health effects of ultra-processed foods. It's eye-opening research led by and colleagues at the N.I.H.
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Benoit Arsenault PhD May 16
In Riga with 🇩🇪 🇫🇷 and Ilaria Massaiu 🇮🇹 to launch the new PICASSO research consortium. With support the support of and , we will investigate new therapies for the treatment of calcific aortic valve stenosis
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Nicola Guess May 9
"Is tribalism undermining objectivity about diets?" 🥊🥊 & I discuss this in our piece for :
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