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The title of Associate Professor has been awarded to Katja Gehmlich (now Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Science) and Simon Stanworth (now Associate Professor of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine). 

The title of University Research Lecturer has been awarded to Adam Lewandowski (CVM) and David Sims (MRC WIMM) and both are now Principal Investigators in the department.

The titles of Associate Professor and University Research Lecturer are given in recognition of substantial independent research achievements, along with contribution to the general academic life of the Medical Sciences Division and the department.

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