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DPAG graduate student Hege Larsen was awrded a Pfizer Prize at the Physiology 2014 Conference for her talk entitled 'Enhanced neuronal calcium conductance in cardiac stellate neurons from young pro-hypertensive rats: A neuronal channelopathy?'

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