South, Diz, and Chappell Receive 2020 Impact Award

May 28, 2021

Andrew South, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Hypertension, Pediatrics - Nephrology and Epidemiology and Prevention, Debra Diz, PhD, Co-Director, Cardiovascular Sciences Center and Professor, Surgery-Hypertension, and Mark Chappell, PhD, Professor, Surgery-Hypertension and Physiology and Pharmacology, received the American Journal of Physiology (AJP): Heart and Circulatory Physiology 2020 Impact Award for their publication “COVID-19, ACE2, and the cardiovascular consequences.”

The American Physiological Society AJP Heart and Circulatory Physiology Impact Award is based on the article’s Altmetric score, which is a measure of attention the article has received on various online platforms (news outlets, social media, blogs, Mendeley, etc). The article was announced as the winner of the 2020 Impact Award at the Meet the Editor virtual event during Experimental Biology 2021.

Andrew Michael South, MD, MSDebra I. Diz, PhDMark C. Chappell, PhD