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Congratulations to Prof Keith Channon on his appointment as the Field Marshal Earl Alexander Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine.

JUDGES' CHOICE WINNER - Victoria Stoll - Oxford

Prof Channon is  also an Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, Director of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre in Oxford, and Director of Research and Development at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. His scientific research is focused on understanding mechanisms in cardiovascular diseases, using a combination of basic experimental approaches and clinical studies.

The Field Marshal Earl Alexander Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine was the first Chair to be established by the British Heart Foundation. Previous holders of this Chair were Prof Hugh Watkins and Prof Peter Sleight.

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