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Congratulations to Prof Keith Channon who has been appointed to the BHF Field Marshal Earl Alexander Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine.

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Prof Keith Channon

This highly prestigous Chair was the first Chair to be established by the British Heart Foundation, in memorial to the BHF's first president, Field Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis. Previous holders of this Chair were Prof Hugh Watkins and Prof Peter Sleight.

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