Atherosclerosis - Albert Ferro's Inaugural Lecture

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This is the inaugural lecture given by Albert Ferro when he became Professor of Cardiovascular Clinical Pharmacology at King's College London. Professor Ferro is also a Consultant Physician at Guys and St.Thomas’ Hospital, where he runs the Hypertension Clinic.

The full lecture lasts just over an hour. However, it has been broken up into shorter sections for easy navigation to the material of most interest to you. A full transcript is also provided for easy reference.

This resource will be useful to anyone interested in:

  • An introduction to how and why atherosclerosis forms
  • How nitric oxide’s activity helps prevent atherosclerosis
  • How aspirin helps prevent stroke and why it’s not prescribed for healthy people
  • Insights into Albert Ferro’s career progression and personal anecdotes

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