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The group has been very successful in winning several prizes at the recent British Endocrine Society's Annual Meeting (2013) which was held in Harrogate.

Gerard Walls was awarded the Young Endocrinologist Clinical Prize and he also delivered a plenary lecture.

Sarah Howles won the Clinical Endocrinology Trust Prize for the best basic science abstract and she also won the Society for Endocrinology Young Endocrinologists Prize for a highly commended oral communication.

Team Thakker also won the Young Endocrinologist's Quiz.

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