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Dr Pier Lambiase (Reader in Cardiology and a Consultant Electrophysiologist in the UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science) has been chosen as the winner of the 2015 Michael Davies Early Career Award. This highly prestigious prize, awarded at its Annual Conference by the British Cardiovascular Society, recognises Dr Lambiase’s outstanding contribution to cardiovascular medicine. Over the past nine years at UCL, his research has focused on determining the mechanisms of sudden cardiac death and the development of new strategies to identify & treat patients at risk.
The Award acknowledges clinical and non-clinical researchers who have recently established themselves as independent investigators, conducting ground-breaking research. Professor Hingorani commented “…this is superb news and a really major achievement for Pier and the Institute. I am especially pleased with Dr Lambiase’s success in gaining this award, as I understand he was up against some very stiff competition”.
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