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Professor Roger Patient has been awarded a prestigious Royal Society Research Merit Award in recognition of his outstanding contribution in developmental haematopoiesis.
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Commenting on the award, he said, ‘I have been lucky enough to have worked with many talented people over the years. This award is a tribute to them.’

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