A symposium to celebrate ‘over 90 years of research’ by Professors Ken Siddle and Paul Luzio (Cambridge Institute for Medical Research) took place on Friday 19th September. Invited speakers from among many long-standing colleagues and collaborators each served to highlight the extraordinary contributions both have made to their particular areas of research, as well as […]
Obesity is very much in the genes – that is the surprising finding of biomedical research in recent years. The Gertrud Reemtsma Foundation has bestowed the 2014 Zülch Award on two doctors who have rendered outstanding services to research into metabolic diseases.
Dr Clémence Blouet is among the four winners of the 2014 L’Oréal-UNESCO UK & Ireland For Women In Science Fellowships. She was selected for her work on the consequences of high-fat intake on the hypothalamus and the mechanism behind obesity. These fellowships aim to promote greater participation of women in science. The three other winners […]
This year’s Fellows cover a broad range of backgrounds and expertise, including bioinformatics, haematology, psychiatry and health services research. Fifteen (34%) of this year’s new Fellows are women. The new Fellows will be formally admitted to the Academy at a ceremony on 2 July 2014. Warmest congratulations from everyone at the Cambridge Metabolic Network. Click […]