We extend our warmest congratulations to Dr. Inna Rabinovich-Nikitin, Principal Investigator Women’s Heart Health and Cardiometabolic Function at the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, for her recent outstanding achievements and recognition.
Dr. Rabinovich-Nikitin has been honored with two highly significant awards. At the International Society for Heart Research (ISHR) meeting held in Madison, WI, she was recently presented with the prestigious “Litsa Kranias ECI Leadership Award.” This distinguished accolade was established in honor of Dr. Litsa Kranias, a respected figure in the field of heart research, to acknowledge early career scientists who exhibit remarkable leadership qualities.
Furthermore, in late May, Dr. Rabinovich-Nikitin was named the recipient of the “Outstanding Early Career Investigator” award by the NIH Progenitor Cell Translational Consortium at the 7th Annual Cardiovascular Bioengineering Symposium in Kyoto, Japan. Esteemed delegates from across the globe convened in Kyoto to discuss groundbreaking advancements in identifying novel therapeutic targets and strategies for translating cutting-edge experimental knowledge into practical clinical applications. This recognition of Dr. Rabinovich-Nikitin’s achievements underscores her significant contributions to this important area of research.
“We are proud of Inna’s remarkable accomplishments and eagerly anticipate her future contributions to advancing our understanding of women’s heart health, cardiometabolic function, and cardiovascular science as a whole,” said Dr. Lorrie Kirshenbaum, Director Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences.