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Congratulations to Dr Svetlana Reilly who has been awarded a BHF Intermediate Basic Science Research Fellowship.

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Svetlana will carry out her research “MicroRNA-mediated proarrhythmic mechanisms in Atrial Fibrillation” in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine.  Svetlana has been supported by the BHF Centre of Research Excellence as an Intermediate Transition fellow over the last 3 years and has developed her research programme with the support of Prof Barbara Casadei and her research colleagues in the group.

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