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Eric C. Tuday
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Eric C. Tuday, MD, PhD

Languages spoken: English

Clinical Locations

University of Utah Hospital

Salt Lake City
801-585-7676
  • Eric C. Tuday, M.D., Ph.D., is a cardiologist with clinical training in cardiac patient care as well as basic and translational science skills. He has a special interest in vascular and cardiac biology as it pertains to human aging and has appointments in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Utah as well as the George E. Wahlen Veterans Medical Center.

    Hometown: Roy, Utah

    Undergraduate/Graduate School: University of Utah

    Graduate School: Johns Hopkins University

    Medical School: Northwestern University

    Residency: Virginia Mason Medical Center

    Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University

    Clinical Expertise: General cardiology and echocardiography

    Research Interests: Cardiac and vascular molecular and cellular contributors to abnormal aging via active and passive mechanics and function.

    Misc: He enjoys running with his two dogs, kayaking/paddle boarding, hiking, and skiing.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)
    American Board of Internal Medicine (Sub: Cardiovascular Disease)
    National Board of Echocardiography (Advanced Perioperative TEE)

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    4.8 /5
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  • Eric C. Tuday, M.D., Ph.D., is a cardiologist with clinical training in cardiac patient care as well as basic and translational science skills. He has a special interest in vascular and cardiac biology as it pertains to human aging and has appointments in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Utah as well as the George E. Wahlen Veterans Medical Center.

    Hometown: Roy, Utah

    Undergraduate/Graduate School: University of Utah

    Graduate School: Johns Hopkins University

    Medical School: Northwestern University

    Residency: Virginia Mason Medical Center

    Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University

    Clinical Expertise: General cardiology and echocardiography

    Research Interests: Cardiac and vascular molecular and cellular contributors to abnormal aging via active and passive mechanics and function.

    Misc: He enjoys running with his two dogs, kayaking/paddle boarding, hiking, and skiing.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Internal Medicine -Primary
    Academic Divisions Cardiovascular Medicine
    Board Certification
    American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)
    American Board of Internal Medicine (Sub: Cardiovascular Disease)
    National Board of Echocardiography (Advanced Perioperative TEE)

    Education history

    Fellowship Cardiology - Johns Hopkins Medicine Fellow
    Internal Medicine - Virginia Mason Medical Center Resident
    Professional Medical Medicine - Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine M.D.
    Biomedical Engineering - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Ph.D.
    Graduate Training Biomedical Engineering - University of Utah M.S.
    Biomedical Engineering - University of Utah B.S.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Bloom SI, Tuday E, Islam MT, Gogulamudi VR, Lesniewski LA, Donato AJ (2023). Senolytics Reduce Endothelial Cell DNA Damage and Telomere Dysfunction Despite Reductions in Telomere Length. Aging Biol, (1), 1-7.
    2. Akiyoshi K, Fujimori T, Fu X, Shah AP, Yamaguchi A, Steenbergen C, Santhanam L, Berkowitz D, Tuday E, Baraban JM, Das S (2023). Adenosine A(2A) Receptor Regulates microRNA-181b Expression in Aorta: Therapeutic Implications for Large-Artery Stiffness. J Am Heart Assoc, 12(14), e028421. (Read full article)
    3. Islam MT, Tuday E, Allen S, Kim J, Trott DW, Holland WL, Donato AJ, Lesniewski LA (2023). Senolytic drugs, dasatinib and quercetin, attenuate adipose tissue inflammation, and ameliorate metabolic function in old age. Aging Cell, 22(2), e13767. (Read full article)
    4. Baraban JM, Tuday E, Berkowitz DE, Das S (2021). Deciphering the Role of microRNAs in Large-Artery Stiffness Associated With Aging: Focus on miR-181b. Front Physiol, 12, 747789. (Read full article)
    5. Tuday E, Nakano M, Akiyoshi K, Fu X, Shah AP, Yamaguchi A, Steenbergen C, Santhanam L, An SS, Berkowitz D, Baraban JM, Das S (2021). Degradation of Premature-miR-181b by the Translin/Trax RNase Increases Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Stiffness. Hypertension, 78(3), 831-839. (Read full article)
    6. Tuday E, Nomura Y, Ruhela D Nakano M, Fu X, Shah A, Roman B, Yamaguchi A, An SS, Steenbergen C, Baraban JM, Berkowitz DE, Das S (2019). Deletion of the microRNA-degrading nuclease, translin/trax, prevents pathogenic vascular stiffness. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 1(317), H1116-H1124.
    7. Arvanitis M, Tuday E, Florido R, Hsu S, Choi CW, Sharma K, Schulman SP (2019). Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome Presenting With Fulminant Recurrent Cardiogenic Shock. Circ Heart Fail, 12(8), e006097. (Read full article)
    8. Khan M, Steppan J, Schuleri KH, Ryoo S, Tuday E, Bugaj L, Santhanam L, Berkowitz T, Nyhan D, Shoukas AA, Berkowitz DE (2012). Upregulation of arginase-II contributes to decreased age-related myocardial contractile reserve. Eur J Appl Physiol, 112(8), 2933-41. (Read full article)
    9. Tuday EC, Platts SH, Nyhan D, Shoukas AA, Berkowitz DE (2011). A retrospective analysis on gender differences in the arterial stiffness response to microgravity exposure. Gravit Space Biol Bull, 25(1), 51-3.
    10. Malaisrie SC, Tuday E, Lapin B, Wang E, Lee R, McGee EC, Davidson C, McCarthy PM (2011). Transcatheter aortic valve implantation decreases the rate of unoperated aortic stenosis. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg, 40(1), 43-8. (Read full article)
    11. White AR, Ryoo S, Bugaj L, Attarzadeh DO, Thiyagarajan S, Chen K, Attwater S, Abbot B, Li D, Champion HC, Shoukas AA, Nyhan D, Hare JM, Berkowitz DE, Tuday EC (2010). Early changes in vasoreactivity after simulated microgravity are due to an upregulation of the endothelium-dependent nitric oxide/cGMP pathway. Eur J Appl Physiol, 110(2), 395-404. (Read full article)
    12. Santhanam L, Tuday EC, Webb AK, Dowzicky P, Kim JH, Oh YJ, Sikka G, Kuo M, Halushka MK, Macgregor AM, Dunn J, Gutbrod S, Yin D, Shoukas A, Nyhan D, Flavahan NA, Belkin AM, Berkowitz DE (2010). Decreased S-nitrosylation of tissue transglutaminase contributes to age-related increases in vascular stiffness. Circ Res, 107(1), 117-25. (Read full article)
    13. Tuday EC, Nyhan D, Shoukas AA, Berkowitz DE (2009). Simulated microgravity-induced aortic remodeling. J Appl Physiol (1985), 106(6), 2002-8. (Read full article)
    14. Ryoo S, Gupta G, Benjo A, Lim HK, Camara A, Sikka G, Lim HK, Sohi J, Santhanam L, Soucy K, Tuday E, Baraban E, Ilies M, Gerstenblith G, Nyhan D, Shoukas A, Christianson DW, Alp NJ, Champion HC, Huso D, Berkowitz DE (2008). Endothelial arginase II: a novel target for the treatment of atherosclerosis. Circ Res, 102(8), 923-32. (Read full article)
    15. Tuday EC, Meck JV, Nyhan D, Shoukas AA, Berkowitz DE (2007). Microgravity-induced changes in aortic stiffness and their role in orthostatic intolerance. J Appl Physiol (1985), 102(3), 853-8. (Read full article)
    16. Tuday EC, Olree KS, Horch KW (2006). Differential activation of nerve fibers with magnetic stimulation in humans. BMC Neurosci, 7, 58. (Read full article)

    Editorial

    1. Tuday EC, Berkowitz DE (2007). Microgravity and cardiac atrophy: no sex discrimination. J Appl Physiol (1985), 103(1), 1-2. (Read full article)
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