Researcher and American Heart Association (AHA) Fellow Hooi Hooi Ng has won the AHA’s Elaine W. Raines Early Career Investigator Award for her studies on vascular calcifications.

Ng’s research is a collaboration across FIU’s research community. She is a joint postdoctoral associate in the lab of Alexander Agoulnik at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine and Joshua Hutcheson at the College of Engineering and Computing’s Department of Biomedical Engineering. All three scientists collaborate in the Biomolecular Sciences Institute (BSI)—a multidisciplinary consortium of FIU researchers housed in the College of Arts and Sciences. BSI is part of FIU’s Translational Molecular Discoveries Emerging Preeminent Program.

FIU HWCOM researcher Hooi Hooi Ng wins prestigious national early career investigator award

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