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The 2016 Recognition of Distinction Awards demonstrate the department's commitment to excellence in research and teaching and reflect our world-renowned multidisciplinary approach to medical research. 

Our congratulations to all our researchers who have been conferred the title of Professor, in the 2016 Recognition of Distinction Awards, as well as conferred the title of Associate Professor and University Research Lecturer.

Professors

GaryCollins-Professor

HemantPandit-Professor

AmarRangan-Professor

Associate Professors

SallyHopewell-AP

University Research Lecturers

ThibaultGriseri-URL

HelenKnowles-URL

 

Three other NDORMS researchers were conferred titles this year:

The Recognition of Distinction Awards are assessed each year using the following criteria:

Research - ongoing research characterised by a significant influence on their field of study, and of a high order of excellence and of international standing;

Teaching - effective teaching for the University and/or College(s) concomitant with the duties of the University post and the college fellowship (where one is held)

Good citizenship - a record of involvement in University and/or college administration and demonstrable competence in such administration.

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