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 Froso Sophocleous
Froso Sophocleous
Froso Sophocleous Froso Sophocleous

University of Bristol, Bristol (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Specialities : Congenital Heart Disease and Pediatric Cardiology , Diseases of the aorta, Imaging

Froso Sophocleous is a 25years-old PhD student at the University of Bristol. She did her BSc degree in Human Biology and her MSc in Molecular Medicine, in Cyprus. Her theses were both in basic and translational science, the latter using mice as animal model. Afterwards, she did an MRes at the University of Bristol, aiming to assess the aortic morphology in a bicuspid aortic valve population. This led to publications, awards at conferences and acceptance onto a BHF funded PhD to explore the multi-scale nature of the aorta in bicuspid aortic valve disease. Recent work includes: clinical data management; 3D statistical shape modelling analysis; MRI imaging including measurements and 4D flow analysis; histological, miRNA, proteomic and plasma analyses. She is the Vice-President of the Women in Science university society. She is an enthusiastic learner and has many external interests.

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