Cambridge researchers awarded Fellow status
Congratulations to our NIHR Cambridge BRC researchers who have been elected as Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
In 2022, 60 Fellows have been elected for their contributions to biomedical and health science, the highest number elected into the academy in a single year.
The Academy of Medical Sciences aims to advance biomedical and health research and its translation into benefits to society. Fellows are selected from laboratory science, clinical academic medicine, veterinary science, dentistry, medical and nursing care, and other professions allied to medical science including ethics, social science and law.
Professor Miles Parkes, director of the NIHR Cambridge BRC and one of our newly elected Fellows said: “I feel very honoured to have been elected as a fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and am very grateful both to the colleagues who nominated and supported my application and the many patients and collaborators across who have played a critical role in the success of our IBD research.”
Professor Fiona Gilbert, Imaging Lead at NIHR Cambridge BRC and newly awarded Fellow said: “Our work here on the Cambridge biomedical campus brings together clinical teams, research and patients, enabling pioneering working in so many fields of medicine and life science.”
Cambridge researchers elected as Fellows
Professor Miles Parkes, Consultant Gastroenterologist and Director, Addenbrooke’s Hospital NIHR Cambridge BRC director
Professor Fiona Gilbert, Head of the Department of Radiology, University of Cambridge and NIHR Cambridge BRC Imaging Theme Lead
Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, NIHR Cambridge BRC researcher
Professor David Savage, Professor of Molecular Metabolism, University of Cambridge NIHR Cambridge BRC researcher
Professor Rodrigo Floto, Professor of Respiratory Biology, University of Cambridge
Dr John Marioni, Senior Group Leader, University of Cambridge
Professor Susan Ozanne, Professor of Developmental Endocrinology, University of Cambridge
Professor Anna Philpott, Head of the School of Biological Sciences, University of Cambridge