$5M donation will help Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation research heart rhythm conditions

[KSTP-TV News, February 14, 2023] The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, an internationally renowned cardiovascular research organization, has received a $5 million donation to advance care for future generations of families living with heart rhythm conditions.

The donation will establish the Joseph F. Novogratz Family Heart Rhythm Center, named after the family of donors that made the center possible. Joseph Novogratz has received care for his own atrial fibrillation.

The Joseph F. Novogratz Family Heart Rhythm Center will accelerate and fund research focused on three areas related to irregular heart rhythm conditions: sudden cardiac death, atrial fibrillation and cardiac implantable devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators.

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