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Congratulations are in order to Matthew Kerr, Andia Redpath, Susann Bruche, KC Park and Minahil Mujahid for their achievements at this major showcase for Oxford's British Heart Foundation funded Researchers.

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Matthew Kerr awarded the Student Poster Prize. Photo Credit: Dr Thomas Nicol

Members of our department have excelled in the research poster awards at this year's Oxford BHF Centre of Research Excellence Annual Symposium, held on Thursday 3 October 2019.

The symposium opened with a presentation of the Oxford BHF CRE Research Themes. The discussion set out the research opportunities across the CRE for collaborative working and future research. The day also included a poster-blitz session and talks from researchers across the BHF CRE including illustrations of support from the Centre. The Centre's judges awarded prizes to the best student and non-student posters.

Many congratulations to our prize winners below:

 

Student Poster Prize Winner: Matthew Kerr (Heather and Tyler Groups): Correcting dysfunctional cardiac energetics within the type 2 diabetic heart with honokiol

Commended for the Student Poster Prize: Kyung Chan (KC) Park (Swietach Group): Propionate anions accumulated in propionic acidaemia produce sustained remodelling of cardiac epigenetics and excitation-contraction coupling

 

Commended for the Short Presentation Prize: Andia Redpath (Smart Group): Spatial and temporal assessment of key proepicardial markers in the developing murine heart reveals significant overlap

 

Commended for the Non-Student Poster PrizeSusann Bruche (Smart Group): Epicardial SRSF3 function in myocardial repair

 

Special Mention (Undergraduate): Minahil Mujahid (project student with Yu-Ling Ma): The Effect of Isoliquiritigenin on the HERG Potassium Channel

 

More information about the event is available on the Oxford Cardiovascular Science website.