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Dr Elizabeth Murchison BACR AstraZeneca Frank Rose Prize, 2014

The 2014 British Association for Cancer Research (BACR) AstraZeneca Frank Rose Prize has been awarded to Dr Elizabeth Murchison, Reader in Comparative Oncology and Genetics at the University of Cambridge, Department of Veterinary Medicine. The prize recognises and rewards the achievements of a young scientist under the age of 35 in any field of cancer research. Dr Murchison said, “I am honoured and delighted to be the recipient of this award. It is also wonderful that the value of studying comparative models of cancer has been acknowledged in this way."

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The 2020 Marjory Stephenson Prize is awarded to Professor Julian Parkhill FRS, from the Dept of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.

Professor Parkhill is known for his research on bacterial genomes, which he has worked on since the very earliest days of genomics. Initially analysing reference genomes for many important human and animal pathogens, his group moved on to comparative genomics and subsequently large-scale population genomics, as new technologies developed. Read more of this story on https://www.staff.admin.cam.ac.uk/awards/marjory-stephenson-prize

 

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