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Double congratulations! Well done to both Catherine Garnett and Andrew King who have each been awarded a prestigious Anya Sturdy Fellowship and thank you to the Anya Sturdy Trustees for exceptionally offering to support two fellowships this year. Catherine and Andrew will both take up their fellowships in August, joining the Vyas and Higgs groups respectively. Dr Chris Hatton, Consultant Haematologist who led the interview process was delighted with the appointments and was “confident that the 12 months laboratory experience offered by the fellowship would leave Catherine and Andrew in a good position to submit competitive applications for further clinical training fellowships next year”.

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