Temple medical professor wins innovation award

    An assistant professor of medicine and physiology at Temple University School of Medicine has won an award that recognizes excellence in young investigators.

     

     

    Philadelphia Business Journal reports that Emily J. Tsai won the Jay N. Cohn New Investigator Award in Basic Science. Cohn is the founding president of the Heart Failure Society of America and an internationally known clinical investigator in cardiology.

    Dr. Tsai has a medical degree from Harvard and other degrees, residencies or fellowships from Johns Hopkins and the University of Pennsylvania.

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