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Fadil Hannan has won two awards at the recent British Endocrine Societies meeting.

He was awarded the Clinical Endocrinology Trust Prize for Best Basic Science Abstract and also the Oral Communication Prize for Excellent Basic Science Research.

The title of the abstract and oral communication is "Structure-function analysis of calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR) mutations reveal clustering at calcium binding sites of the extracellular bilobed venus flytrap domain".

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