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Queen Mary Science and Engineering researchers awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships to tackle heart irregular heart rhythms and explore turbulence in space plasma

Dr Caroline Roney and Dr Christopher Chen are among 84 promising leaders awarded fellowships totalling £98 million. 

Atrial Digital Twins. Credit: Caroline Roney.

The fellowships support the most promising science and research leaders to tackle major global issues and to commercialise their innovations in the UK.  

Professor Wen Wang, Queen Mary's Vice-Principal and Executive Dean for Science and Engineering, said: “Congratulations to Dr Roney and Dr Chen - the scale of their ambitions, from the heart to the universe, is impressive and captures the breadth of Queen Mary's science and engineering research. I am looking forward to seeing the impact of their work grow even further." 

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