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Congratulations to Ashley Clark

last modified Feb 18, 2018 05:25 PM
Congratulations to Ashley Clark (in Ladds lab) who won prize for the best posters at the CGRP 2018 meeting in Santa Fe...

Ashley’s poster “Agonist bias at the calcitonin-like receptor: A comparison of the CGRP receptor in human cardiac myocytes cells with the adrenomedullin receptor in HUVECs” was voted the best poster at the 3 yearly international CGRP conference. The next CGRP meeting (to be held in 2021) will take place in Cambridge where Ashley will be hoping to retain his title.

 Congratulations Ashley and all those involved with the research.
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