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Dr Elizabeth Murchison, Genetics Society of America Rosalind Franklin Young Investigator Award: Honourable mention, 2016

Runner-up. Reward is to honour ground-breaking contributions of Dr Rosalind Franklin in genetics research and to inspire and support new generations of women in our field.

Honourable mention.

The committee also gives honorable mention to two additional outstanding candidates: Rachel Dutton, PhD, of the University of California, San Diego, for her work on the genetic mechanisms of formation of microbial communities in cheese; and Elizabeth Murchison, PhD, of Cambridge University in the United Kingdom, for her work on transmissible cancers in dogs and Tasmanian devils.

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Crufts 2017

The BOAS group was delighted to welcome the Channel 4 team that is covering Crufts to film a short segment on airway disease in the brachycephalic dogs. Iwan Thomas brought his delightful young French bulldog puppy, Frank who was star of the show…..

Plagues edited by Jonathan Heeney & Sven Friedemann - Published by CUP

Plagues have inflicted misery and suffering throughout history. This book examines the spectrum of tragic consequences of different types of plagues, from infectious diseases to over-population and computer viruses. The essays analyse the impact that plagues have had on humanity and animals.

 

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