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The Royal Microscopical Society awards celebrate the best in microscopy, recognising those making a special contribution to microscopy, cytometry and imaging.

© A. Kusumbe

Congratulations to Dr Anjali Kusumbe who has been awarded the Royal Microscopical Society Award for Life Sciences.

The Award for Life Sciences is part of the Science Section awards which celebrate outstanding scientific achievements across all areas of microscopy and flow cytometry.

Dr Kusumbe leads the Tissue and Tumor Microenvironments Group at the MRC Human Immunology Unit in the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. She uses state-of-the-art imaging methods to understand age-related changes in multiple organs.

The RMS Science Section Chair noted: “Anjali's achievements in applying microscopy to life sciences are outstanding. Through her publications, mentorship and scientific citizenship, she has made an enormous contribution to the scientific community and is thoroughly deserving of the RMS Life Sciences Award.”

Read the full list of winners on the RMS website: RMS Awards

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