The National Cardiovascular Laboratory is a research infrastructure of strategic importance established within the framework of the National Heart Program, which means a network of six separate laboratories that form a professional unit. These are the following:
The research results of the National Cardiovascular Laboratory will represent a decisive contribution to the development of evidence-based cardiovascular health promotion and disease prevention programs, helping to achieve the goal of a longer and healthy life for the population of the country. The interdisciplinary and translational nature of the program ensures that it successfully implements the development of evidence-based innovative disease prevention, screening, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to reduce the incidence and mortality of cardiovascular diseases and supports their translation into medical and public health practice. The results of the program contribute to the access of international markets for innovative high economic value-added products and services, thus helping the development of the domestic pharmaceutical biotechnology industry.