Lisa Amalie Gottlieb has won the University’s gold medal
Every year, the University rewards the best prize papers. This year, Lisa Amalie Gottlieb from Morten Bækgaard Thomsen’s group has won the University’s gold medal for her prize paper on “Circadian rhythm in the heart’s arrhythmia”.
At the University’s Annual Commemoration Ceremony on 20 November 2015, the University announced the subjects for the prize papers 2016. Lisa Amalie Gottlieb, who is associated with Morten Bækgaard Thomsen’s research group, has recently won a gold medal for her prize paper entitled “Circadian rhythm in the heart’s arrhythmia”.
In the paper, a review of circadian rhythm in the electrophysiology of the heart was requested including an assessment of the cause of the circadian rhythm dependent frequency of disturbances in the heart’s electrical activity. In addition, the paper should include both the electrophysiology of the heart and the organism and the organ’s circadian rhythm physiology.
Lisa will receive the gold medal at the Annual Commemoration Ceremony in November 2017.