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Cambridge Neuroscientist recognised for his contribution to neurochemistry and molecular neuroscience.
In April, 2008, Professor Eric Barnard, from the Department of Pharmacology, was awarded the prestigious Thudichum Medal of the Biochemical Society.
The Thudichum Medal was established to honour eminent scientists from any country who have made outstanding contributions to neurochemistry and molecular neuroscience. This award is made every four years.
Professor Barnard is a Fellow of the Royal Society and a Foreign Academician of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and has earlier received a number of international awards. Previously he was Director of the MRC Molecular Neurobiology Unit in Cambridge and before that Head of the Biochemistry Department of Imperial College in London.
Posted on 07/01/2009
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