Further recognition for King's Fellows


Our congratulations to Professor Ashley Moffett, who has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in recognition of her pioneering work on the placenta and reproductive immunology.

Ashley is one of fifty new Fellows of the Academy, selected for their outstanding contributions to advancing medical science, cutting edge research discoveries, and translating developments into benefits for patients and wider society. The Academy is the independent body in the UK representing the diversity of medical science, with elected Fellows drawn from hospitals, academia, industry and the public service.

For more information please see the announcement on the Academy's website.

Meanwhile, Dr Maurice Chiodo has also been recognised for his 'Innovative Teaching' at the Student-Led Teaching Awards, voted for by CUSU - the Cambridge University Student Union. The awards are an opportunity for students to recognise the exceptional contribution of teaching and non-teaching staff to their education at Cambridge, and rely solely on student feedback and testimonials.

For more information and a full list of nominations see the CUSU website.

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