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Aaron Johnston

DPhil Student

I am a medical student intercalating a DPhil in Cardiovascular Science funded by the British Heart Foundation (McKie McLean Class of 2022). My research investigates the molecular processes that instigate fibrosis of the heart. Cardiac fibrosis helps promote, initiate and sustain atrial fibrillation, the most common sustained heart rhythm disturbance. Ultimately, this work aims to identify novel targets for the disease's treatment. 

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