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Professor Charalambos Antoniades has been awarded a British Heart Foundation Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine. The award includes over £1.2 million pounds in research funding over five years.

Professor Stefan Neubauer, who heads the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine within RDM, said "This is a great testimony to the world-class research work Charis has done in our Division for many years. He joins the Division’s other BHF Professors Hugh Watkins, Keith Channon, Barbara Casadei and Shoumo Bhattacharya."

Many congratulations to Professor Antoniades!

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