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2022 Crick translation prize goes to Emma Wall

Emma Wall, Senior Clinical Research Fellow at the Crick and UCLH, has won the prestigious 2022 Sir David Cooksey Prize in Translation for her work on the Legacy study.
29 Nov 2022
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