Notre Dame awarded $195,000 to fund heart disease research

NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- The American Heart Association has awarded nearly $2 million to universities in Indiana to fund research.

The University of Notre Dame was given $195,000 to fund new studies on heart disease and stroke.

Past research funded by the association lead to a number of break-throughs including the first artificial heart valve.

The association has also funded the research of 11 Nobel Prize winners.

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