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This September Professor Paul Riley will be joining the British Heart Foundation (BHF) fundraising campaign along with a group of BHF-funded Professors from research labs across the UK.

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From getting active across the capital to cycling from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean to raise money for lifesaving research, these professors - who are all funded by The British Heart Foundation - will be leaving their labs to take on a new set of challenges.

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To find out more or to donate, please see the link below;

https://celebration.bhf.org.uk/Celebration/professorsfundraising

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