Three ACC Members Receive Glorney-Raisbeck Fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases

Notable News | Joshua M. Lader, MD, a fellow in training at the New York University School of Medicine; Adam Castaño, MD, a fellow in training at Columbia University; and Amy Kontorovich, MD, a fellow at Mount Sinai Medical Center, received the Glorney-Raisbeck Fellowship in Cardiovascular Research from The New York Academy of Medicine. Each fellowship award supports innovative research projects in the field of cardiovascular disease. Below are the fellows’ research topics:

Lader: “Mechanisms of K(ATP) Channel Activation in Adrenergically-Mediated Atrial Fibrillation”

Castaño: “Technetium Pyrophosphate Cardiac Imaging to Determine if Transthyretin Cardiac Amyloidosis Explains Paradoxical Low-Flow Severe Aortic Stenosis”

Kontorovich: “Modeling Myocarditis with Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells”

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