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Congratulations to Dr Adam Lewandowski and Dr Eylem Levelt, from the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, who both won highly competitive awards at this year's British Cardiovascular Society Annual Conference.

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Dr Adam Lewandowski was awarded the Young Research Workers' Prize (1st Place) for his work entitled "Postnatal cardiac remodelling after preterm birth: Why preterm-born individuals have a unique functional and structural phenotype in young adulthood?". Dr Eylem Levelt had the highest scoring abstract in imaging: "Relationship between coronary microvascular dysfunction, myocardial oxygenation and abnormal myocardial energetics at rest and stress in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus".

 

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