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Congratulations to Prof Houman Ashrafian who has been awarded the 2014 Michael Davies Early Career Award by the British Cardiovascular Society. This award is to honour clinical and non-clinical researchers who have recently established themselves as independent investigators and who have made, and are making, an outstanding contribution to cardiovascular medicine.

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