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Kennedy research Professor Irina Udalova has joined the Wellcome Trust’s Immune System in Health and Disease Expert Review Group from 1 October 2018.

Professor irina Udalova

As a committee member, Irina will contribute to the shortlisting of candidates for a range of Wellcome Trust Schemes including including Investigator Awards, Senior Research Fellowships and Sir Henry Dale Fellowships.

Speaking of the appointment, Irina said “I am delighted to join the Wellcome Trust Expert Review Panel. I hope I can pass my own positive experience with the Wellcome Trust review process (both in terms of fairness and useful feedback provided) on to other applicants”.

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