Assistant Professional Researcher
Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute
United States of America
Dr. Kovanecz's research focuses on preclinical animal studies for sexual dysfunction, skeletal and cardiovascular muscle regeneration, and diabetes related complications. Previous research experiences include cardiovascular pharmacology, neurophysiology, transplantational immunology, immunogenetics, genomics, bioinformatics and free radical studies.
Preclinical animal studies for sexual dysfunction, skeletal and cardiovascular muscle regeneration, and diabetes related complications
Sildenafil promotes neuroprotection of the pelvic ganglia neurones after bilateral cavernosal nerve resection in the rat. BJU Int 2012
Effects of sildenafil and/or muscle derived stem cells on myocardial infarction. . J Transl Med 2012
Separate or Combined Treatments with Daily Sildenafil, Molsidomine, or Muscle-Derived Stem Cells Prevent Erectile Dysfunction in a Rat Model of Cavernosal Nerve Damage. . NF.J Sex Med 2012