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Applications are now open for the International Aspirin Foundation's Senior Science Award 2020.
Deadline for applications : 31st March 2020

Professor Carlo Patrono, MD, FESC, FRCP, Chair of the International Aspirin Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Board will
lead the judging process. He said: “The Senior Science Award is a recognition of those scientists who have contributed innovative
basic or clinical research elucidating mechanistic and/or therapeutic aspects of aspirin's multifaceted benefits.  We welcome entries from
individuals and groups with a record of outstanding biomedical research that has advanced the scientific knowledge of aspirin and its
impact on human health, and look forward to celebrating the best in the field.”



Highlights from the 2019 International Aspirin Foundation Scientific Conference, Rome, 28 June 2019: benefits and risks of antithrombotic therapy for cardiovascular disease prevention