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We are delighted to announce that 12 researchers have been awarded the Associate Professor title, in recognition of their research achievements, contribution to teaching, and contribution to the general work of the Nuffield Department of Medicine.

From left: David Church, Sandy Douglas, Daniel Ebner, Tim Hinks, Melissa Kapulu, Nick Maynard, Francis Ndungu, Hoa Thi Ngo, Emelda Okiro, Benjamin Schuster-Boeckler, Chunxiao Song, Sophie Yacoub

Our new Associate Professor are:

Many congratulations to all!

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