Researchers awarded prestigious Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowships
Four NIHR Cambridge BRC researchers have been elected to the Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship.
Theme Leads Professors James Rowe and Serena Nik-Zainal, together with researchers Professors Charlotte Coles and Emanuele Di Angelantonio, received the awards in recognition of their outstanding biomedical and health research which has translated into benefits for patients and wider society.
Academy of Medical Sciences President Professor Dame Anne Johnson said: “These new Fellows are pioneering biomedical research and driving life-saving improvements in healthcare. It’s a pleasure to recognise and celebrate their exceptional talent by welcoming them to the Fellowship.”
- This year Fellows were chosen from 353 candidates, and a shortlist of 126 candidates for peer review. To find out more about the Fellowship visit the Academy of Medical Sciences website.