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Dr Victoria Stoll was awarded the Early Career Award for Translational CMR at the 19th Annual Scientific Sessions of the Society for Cardiovascular Medicine.

These Scientific Sessions are the leading meeting for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Dr Stoll was one of 8 finalists and presented her work investigating left ventricular blood flow patterns and kinetic energy in heart failure patients, that demonstrated a predictive relationship to the patients’ functional capacity. This is the first time that work involving 4D flow has won an Early Career Award Category and represents a milestone in this relatively new imaging field.

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