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UK Stroke Forum Warlow Prize to Isuru Induruwa

last modified Jan 28, 2019 09:14 AM

Dr Isuru Induruwa, an Elderly Care Registrar and a Cambridge BHF Centre-funded Stroke Clinical Research Fellow in Cambridge, has been awarded the prestigious BASP Warlow Prize in the UK Stroke Forum (4-6 December, Telford).

Dr Induruwa had already been awarded the Abdul Majid Basic Neuroscience and Translational Research Prize before the event started.

His talk  on Wednesday 5th December was deemed the best platform presentation and was also the highest scoring abstract. His talk title was: "Platelet receptor glycoprotein VI-dimer is over-expressed in ischaemic but not haemorrhagic stroke: A promising future anti-thrombotic target?".

The Warlow Prize includes a paid trip to the annual conference of the Stroke Society of Australasia (10-13 September 2019) to present the prize-winning research.

You can read more about Dr Induruwa's research in our 'Spotlight on' series here.

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