AIT Scientists win Martin Black Award 2016

The Paper “Non-invasive wave reflection quantification in patients with reduced ejection fraction” (Physiol. Meas. 36 179) from Stephanie Parragh, Bernhard Hametner, Martin Bachler, Thomas Weber, Bernd Eber and Siegfried Wassertheurer, has been awarded for the Martin Black Award for best paper published in Physiological Measurement (PMea) in 2015.

The President, Professor David Brettle, invited Stephanie Parragh, the first author of the paper, to give a 20 minute presentation on this paper at the Annual Medical Physics and Engineering Conference in Manchester/UK.

We congratulate our colleagues from the Business Unit Biomedical Systems on their international success!

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Ranald MacKay and Stephanie Parragh