Physicians Finding a Cure
Improving the lives of those with Arterial Fibrillation
A summer golf outing & BBQ benefiting Arterial Fibrillation research at Northwestern University

Improving the Lives of those with Atrial Fibrillation

The Zoe Foundation is an Illinois not-for-profit  501(c) (3) corporation aiming to raise public awareness and education about the symptoms, treatments and potential cures for atrial fibrillation (AF), as well as the prevention of stroke and heart failure caused by AF. We will raise the necessary funds for clinical and laboratory research being performed to discover novel treatments and cures for AF.

About Us

The Zoe Foundation is an initiative dedicated to finding a cure for AF, and is comprised of volunteer medical and business professionals, and private citizens. The organization was incorporated on February 22, 2011 in the State of Illinois.

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Latest News

Zoe Foundation Makes its First Gift to NUFSM For Afib Research

Zoe Runners Raise Awareness and Funding 

The Zoe Foundation is represented in its first Chicago marathon with a team of four runners. 

Recent Research Accepted

Dr. Rishi Arora's first gene paper is accepted By the Heart Rhythm Society Heart Rhythm Journal

Pharmacological and ablative therapies for atrial fibrillation (AF) have suboptimal efficacy. Newer gene-based approaches that target specific mechanisms underlying AF are likely to be more efficacious in treating AF. Parasympathetic signaling appears to be an important contributor to AF substrate.

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