UCF Researcher Working to Develop Device to Rapidly Detect Heart Attacks

UCF Researcher Working to Develop Device to Rapidly Detect Heart Attacks

While tests for heart attacks currently exist, they are slow and require specially trained personnel. Associate professor Parag Banerjee is working to change that with the help of a grant from the National Science Foundation.

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