£340,000 funding boost for Queen's heart researchers
Posted on Monday 11th June 2012
Heart scientists at Queen's University have been awarded prestigious grants of more than £340,000 by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) as part of a multi-million pound boost for research in the UK. BHF Northern Ireland announced the funding as part of Support Our Science (SOS) month - a month long celebration of the charity's life-saving research.
Queen's University is a leading centre for heart disease research in Northern Ireland. In the past five years, it has received more than £1.4m of funding from BHF Northern Ireland for vital life-saving science.