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A huge congratulations to Dr Antoniades who has been awarded the Outstanding Achievement award of the European Society of Cardiology.

The Award is given each year by the Council of Basic Cardiovascular Science to a basic scientist for their overall contribution to cardiovascular science. This is the highest Award given by the council and it was presented to Dr Antoniades during the ESC 2016 congress in Rome, by the chair of the council, Prof Jeremy Pearson.

Dr Antoniades’ current research interests include the interplay between adipose tissue and vascular/myocardial redox signalling.

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