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Cambridge BHF Centre of Research Excellence has awarded clinical and non-clinical Career Development Fellowships detailed below. These include full salary plus £15,000 per year towards other costs. The aim is to provide outstanding scientists an opportunity to develop their research to the level required to secure an external Intermediate/Senior fellowship.

Please follow the links below to read more about our Fellows and their research projects.

 

Cambridge BHF CRE Career Development Fellows 2019-2024

Name Collaborators Year Fellowship type
Dr Daniel Greene Prof Sylvia Richardson 2019 Career Development Fellow
Dr Ana Vujic Dr Thomas Krieg 2020 Career Development Research Fellow

Dr Gemma Basatemur

Prof Ziad Mallat 2020 Career Development Fellow
Dr Mohammed Chowdhury Professor James Rudd 2021 Clinical Career Development Fellow

Dr Eric Harshfield

Dr Elisabeth Warburton 2021 Career Development Fellow
Dr Emelia Swietlik Prof Nick Morrell 2022 Career Development Fellow

 

Cambridge BHF CRE Intermediate Research Fellow

Name   Collaborators Year Title
Dr Xuan Li       Prof Ziad Mallat           2020 Senior Basic Science Research Fellow                           
Dr Richard Tyser Prof Sanjay Sinha 2022 Intermediate Basic Research Fellow

 

 

 

Cambridge BHF CRE Career Development Fellows 2014-2019

Name Collaborators Year Area of Research
Dr Mattia Frontini Prof Willem Ouwehand; Prof Nicole Soranzo 2015 Investigation of cardiovascular disease chronic inflammation effects on the epigenetic status of myeloid cells
Dr James Peters Prof John Danesh; Dr Jeff Barrett 2016 The role of inflammatory pathways in cardiovascular disease
Dr Philippe Gilchrist Prof Emanuele Di Angelantonio 2017 Mechanisms and interventions for vasovagal reactions

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