Awards for ‘Young Investigators’ at British Atherosclerosis Society meeting, Queen’s College, Cambridge
PhD students Marwa Mahmoud and Neil Bowden, from the Department of Cardiovascular Science, were the proud winners of Young Investigator prizes at the British Atherosclerosis Society meeting held on 25-26 September at Queen's College, Cambridge.
Head of Department of Cardiovascular Science, Sheila Francis said of her outstanding students, "I was delighted that Marwa and Neil received awards at the recent BAS meeting. The prizes reflect the high quality research conducted by these young researchers and should inspire them to future successes in cardiovascular science".
The winning subjects were:
‘Disturbed flow induces expression of the negative NF-κB regulator Cezanne’ (Neil)
‘The role of GATA4 in promoting EC turnover at regions of arteries exposed to disturbed flow’ (Marwa)