Dr Carmel McEniery, Cambridge, UK
I am a Senior Research Associate in the Division of Experimental Medicine and Immunotherapeutics, University of Cambridge, and a College Lecturer in Physiology at Churchill College, Cambridge. My key research interests involve the mechanisms driving the development of hypertension in young people, haemodynamic mechanisms associated with pregnancy complications and the pathophysiology of arterial stiffening across the adult age-span.
I have been a member of the ARTERY Society for ~15 years and have seen it flourish into a vibrant, collaborative and stimulating Society in that time. I have benefitted personally from the prominent platform given to Young Investigators to showcase their research activities and findings, and I look forward to continuing to support young investigators in this way. It is an honour to serve the Society now as Vice President and to help to lead the Society toward continued success in the future.