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Mayo Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Diseases announces 2017 CV Research Prospective Awards

The Mayo Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Diseases announced recipients of its 2017 CV Research Prospective Awards:

cardiovascular research awards

Peter Brady, M.B., Ch.B., M.D.

Peter Brady, M.B., Ch.B., M.D. (I ’96, CV ’99, CV-EP ’00), associate professor of medicine: Novel genetic variant discovery, genotype-phenotype correlation and predictors of sudden cardiac death in arrhythmogenic ventricular cardiomyopathy – a combined registry from Mayo Clinic, Rochester; and Papworth Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals, UK

cardiovascular research awards

Jacob Jentzer, M.D.

Jacob Jentzer, M.D. (CV ’17), assistant professor of medicine: Response to dubutamine stress echocardiography after resuscitation from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

cardiovascular research awards

Cristina Pislaru, M.D.

Cristina Pislaru, M.D. (PHYS ’01), assistant professor of biophysics: intrinsic myocardial elasticity

cardiovascular research awards

Jeson Sangaralingham, Ph.D.

S. Jeson Sangaralingham, Ph.D. (CV ’12), assistant professor of medicine: A new dual pGC activator for cardiorenal protection

cardiovascular research awards

Suraj Kapa, M.D.

Suraj Kapa, M.D. (I ’09), assistant professor of medicine: remove noninvasive fetal monitoring using a vaginal ring electrode – adapting CV technology to obstetrics

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