Alliance for Cardiovascular Diagnostic and Treatment Innovation (ADVANCE) Celebrates Professor Natalia Trayanova’s Achievement of the Hodgkin-Huxley-Katz Prize Lecture for 2025

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Baltimore, MD, Feb 12, 2024 – The Alliance for Cardiovascular Diagnostic and Treatment Innovation (ADVANCE) at Johns Hopkins University proudly announces that co-director Professor Natalia Trayanova has been awarded the esteemed Hodgkin-Huxley-Katz Prize Lecture for 2025 by The Physiological Society. This prestigious accolade honors Prof. Trayanova’s groundbreaking contributions to cardiovascular science and her international impact on advancing physiological research.

Prof. Trayanova will deliver her prize lecture at the IUPS 2025, a platform that will further highlight her innovative work in computational models of heart disease and their transformative potential for personalized medicine. The award includes a £1000 prize and covers all related expenses for the event, recognizing Prof. Trayanova’s role in pushing the boundaries of cardiovascular diagnostics and treatment.

This award not only acknowledges Prof. Trayanova’s scientific excellence but also underscores ADVANCE’s commitment to pioneering cardiovascular health solutions. Further details on her lecture will be made available as the event approaches.

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ADVANCE at Johns Hopkins University is at the forefront of developing innovative diagnostics and treatments for cardiovascular diseases, leveraging cutting-edge research to improve patient outcomes.