Heart research institute scientists garner awards for their important work

Two researchers from the Heart Research Institute (HRI) have been honoured with awards for their ongoing studies into the development and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Zoe Clayton was awarded HRI Blackmores Young Achiever Award for her work with the Cell Therapeutics-Group investigating the use of stem cell therapy for cardiovascular disease - and Dr Carmine Gentile, the first recipient of the Marcus Blackmores Fellowship with the Heart Research Institute (HRI), was recently awarded for the Most Outstanding Oral Presentation at the 2013 meeting of the Australian Vascular Biology Society. 

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