A sad note from Dr. Wes:

A nationally renowned cardiologist, best known for his basic research on abnormal heart rhythms and the molecular structure of drugs to treat them, and a pioneer in applying nanotechnology to the study of biomedical problems, Morton F. Arnsdorf, professor emeritus and associate vice chairman of medicine and former section chief of cardiology at the University of Chicago, died June 9 in a motor vehicle accident in Indiana on his way home from work.

No in-depth post for you tonight, as I’m organizing the submitted links for Grand Rounds. See you tomorrow!


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