Fiona Duncan has received the British Empire Medal for services to higher education. She is part of of several Cambridge people named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Having worked in higher education since 1982, she has worked in our for 20 years, contributing to the merging of the Departments of Anatomy and Physiology to create the current structure.
Commenting on the award she said: “When I received the letter from the Cabinet Office I thought it was probably something about the Referendum, but I was delighted and surprised in equal measure to read its contents. This is an interesting and varied job. I am fortunate to work with academic and support staff, whom I like as people and respect as colleagues. They are committed to delivering world-class teaching and research.”
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10 June 2016