Dr. Matthew Brody is awarded the 2024 Cardiovascular Pharmacology Early Career Award

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Matthew Brody, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Departments of Pharmacology and Internal Medicine, has been awarded the 2024 Cardiovascular Pharmacology Early Career Award. The ASPET Division for Cardiovascular Pharmacology Early Career Award has been established to recognize and honor individuals who are working in any area of Cardiovascular Science. 

Dr. Brody is receiving this award in recognition of his pathfinding studies on intracellular signaling pathways that promote cardiac hypertrophy and failure, scientific scholarship, and strong commitment to the teaching and mentoring of younger scientists. 

Read more here: https://www.aspet.org/aspet/meetings-awards/aspet-awards/aspet-scientific-achievement-awards/aspet-award-winners/2024-award-winners 


 

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