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Mark Peterzan


Clinical Research Fellow & DPhil Student

When human heart muscle adapts to chronically increased workloads, more energy delivery is required and the way that energy is delivered changes also. Using 31-phosphorus NMR spectroscopy and several other techniques, I am investigating the role played by creatine kinase in this adaptive response in a variety of settings of increased workload.

Prior to this post I was in clinical cardiology training having graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2009.