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The Melvin Judkins Early Career Clinical Investigator Award, named for the pioneer of coronary angiography, recognizes meritorious research from early career investigators and promotes careers in cardiovascular radiology.

Candidates for this award were judged based on the scientific merit of the abstract, quality and originality of the manuscript, letter from the candidate's sponsor, CV of candidate and oral presentation.

The abstract was based on Dr Raman’s research which examined the role of stress perfusion and oxygenation on cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in determination arrhythmic risks in patients with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.

This is the third award win for Dr Raman this year: many congratulations!

 

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