Top research award for Neuroscience Theme co-lead Prof Hutchinson
Congratulations to our Neuroscience theme TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) co-lead Professor Peter Hutchinson, who has been awarded the Vilhelm Magnus Medal from the Norwegian Neurosurgical Association in Oslo, following delivery of the prestigious Vilhelm Magnus Lecture.
The award, which is often described as the “Nobel Prize of Neurosurgery”, was given to Prof Hutchinson and his team for their work on TBI, including a number of studies addressing the concept of “Rescuing the Injured Brain.”
It is the latest in a long list of acclaimed work by Prof Hutchinson, who is also Director of the National Institute of Health and Care Research Global Health Research Group on Acquired Brain and Spine Injury, and the National Institute of Health and Care Research Brain Injury Medtech Co-operative.
The photo shows Prof Hutchinson (right) receiving the medal from Professor Tor Ingebrigtsen.
Watch Professor Hutchinson and Neuroscience Theme Lead Professor Chinnery talk about the theme’s research in this short video: