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Dr Paul Schofield awarded Alan Turing Fellowship
Schofield's work in machine learning has been recognized by the national institute for data science and artificial intelligence
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Research on the brain’s reward system wins the world’s largest prize for neuroscience
PDN's Wolfram Schultz jointly awarded The 2017 Brain Prize for his analysis of reward recognition and processing.
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PDN Part II student awarded John Ray Trust Science Prize
Léa Wenger received the prize for best research project
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Andrea Brand awarded Royal Society Research Professorship
Professor Andrea Brand and Professor David Klenerman have been awarded Royal Society Research Professorships.
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Christine Holt awarded €1 million prize for research on connection between eye and brain
Prof Christine Holt from the PDN has received the 2016 Antonio Champalimaud Vision Award, the largest in the world in the field of vision
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Dr Christof Schweining awarded Pilkington Prize for teaching excellence
Our lecturer among twelve Academics honoured by University’s 23rd Pilkington Prizes
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Dr Erica Watson awarded Lister Institute Research Prize
PDN researcher Dr Erica Watson has been awarded the Lister Institute Research Prize for her promising work in transgenerational epigenetic effects of folate metabolism.
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Fiona Duncan awarded British Empire Medal
Fiona Duncan, our Departmental Administrator, has received the British Empire Medal for services to higher education.
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James Fraser and John Lawrence commended at CUSU Teaching 2016 Awards
The two PDN have received commendations for their work in teaching during the CUSU Teaching Awards 2016.
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Prof Christine Holt awarded Ferrier Medal 2017
The Royal Society award recognizes Holt's work in understanding molecular mechanisms involved in nerve growth, guidance and targeting
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