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Lisa Heather has been invited to give The Physiological Society's Bayliss-Starling Prize Lecture at the upcoming Physiological society meeting in Dublin

Lisa Heather

Dr Lisa Heather PhD, is a Diabetes UK RD Lawrence Fellow in the Department. Her research revolves around metabolism and energy generation in the heart.

Lisa will give The Physiological Society Bayliss-Starling Prize Lecture ‘Cardiac metabolism in disease: All fuels are equal, but some fuels are more equal than others’ at the main meeting of the Physiological Society next month - P16 - in Dublin. 

The Physiological Society have an interview with Dr Heather about her work, which you can view here.

For more information on the conference please see: Physiology 2016.

DPAG will host a related symposium on 2 August 2016, for further information on The Cardiac Autonomic Nervous System: Cellular Mechanisms to Human Translation please visit the website.

 

 

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