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OCMR's Dr Rina Ariga won first prize in the Young Investigator award at the British Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (BSCMR) conference in Edinburgh.

Rina's award was based on her work titled, "Diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging of myocardial disarray in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy"

Additionally, Rina also won First prize and the People's Choice award on the Three-Minute Thesis competition at Exeter College, Oxford, with "Predicting risk with a heavy heart". The Three-Minute Thesis is a nerve-racking competition between graduate students trying to distill their DPhil research and explain it to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. No props, no gimmicks, and disqualification if 3 minutes are exceeded.

Well-done, Rina, and congratulations again on your achievements.

 

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