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Cardiovascular Health Challenges Addressed By Bioengineers

Biomedical research at Arizona State University will be boosted with support from the American Heart Association for the work of three bioengineers. Grants from the association recently were awarded to Brent Vernon, associate professor, and David Frakes and Xiao Wang, assistant professors. Each is a faculty member in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, one of ASU's Ira A.
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