Pamela Swiatlowska shortlisted for Marshall Award and wins travel award for work on vascular smooth muscle cell mechanosensing
20 July 2022
Pamela Swiatlowska won a travel award to give a talk on her work on vascular smooth muscle cell mechanosensing at the 8th meeting of the invadosome consortium, 4-7 October in Sete, France. She will be also presenting her work at the Annual Meeting of the British Society of Cardiovascular Research in Belfast (5-6 September), where she is shortlisted for the highly competitive Marshall Award.
Her exciting work (recently published in Science Advances) has gained much attention and she already presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Cardiovascular Society in Manchester and won a travel award for the World Congress of the International Society for Heart Research, earlier this year, and resulted in her winning of this year's SEMS Early Career Research Impact Award.
This comes in addition to recent and upcoming oral presentations from other members of the Iskratsch Lab, especially Emilie Marhuenda at the World Congress of the International Society for Heart Research and the upcoming European Muscle Conference in Prague (22-26 Sept) and Darren Wilson at the European Muscle Conference in Prague (22-26 Sept) talking about different aspects of cardiovascular mechanobiology.
Updated by: Thomas Iskratsch