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We are delighted to announce that Professor Rajesh Thakker was awarded the 2015 Research Prize from the joint meeting of the International Conference on Progress in Bone and Mineral Research and the Austrian Society for Bone and Mineral Research in Vienna, Austria.

The prize acknowledges an individual whose recent work in the fields of molecular, cellular, material science, (patho) physiological or clinical aspects of bone and mineral metabolism has resulted in a novel finding or concept.  Professor Thakker received this award for "Characterising Molecular and Cellular Pathophysiological Pathways Of Extracellular Calcium Homeostatis."

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