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Congratulations to Ellie Tzima, who has been awarded the title of Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Mechanotransduction.

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Prof Ellie Tzima

Prof Tzima joined us last year as a PI in the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics. Her long term research goal is to understand how shear stress-dependent inflammatory signalling can be modulated for preventive and therapeutic purposes in cardiovascular disease.

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