The Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health (CBCH) conducts field studies, laboratory investigations, and randomized clinical trials, including N-of-1 trials, on the translational effects of behavioral factors, pathophysiological mechanisms, and intervention on cardiovascular disease. Our investigators have cultivated tremendous expertise in utilizing technology and interventions to predict and modify cardiovascular risk, including field studies with "in the moment" measurements of acute stress, activity, sleep, blood pressure and medication adherence, laboratory studies of inflammatory markers, gene-environment interactions, endothelial function, pulse wave analysis and VO2 max, interventions for the management of chronic stress and depression, and longitudinal assessments of the development of PTSD following acute cardiac events.