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Ursula Rohlwink secures Fellowship support for TB meningitis research in Africa

Ursula Rohlwink, a Crick African Network (CAN) fellow at the University of Cape Town, has secured a competitive Wellcome Fellowship to further her scientific career and research into TB meningitis.
28 Jul 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
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pupils from Schools in Mfuleni joined Ursula at the University of Cape Town Neuroscience Institute.
pupils from Schools in Mfuleni joined Ursula at the University of Cape Town Neuroscience Institute.

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