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The European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) has awarded Dr Anna Gloyn the 2014 Minkowski Prize in recognition of her research contributing to the advancement of knowledge concerning diabetes.

As the recipient of this prestigious award, Dr Gloyn will be delivering the 49th Minkowski lecture at the 50th EASD Annual Meeting in Vienna on Thursday 18th September 2014. The title of her lecture will be: Unravelling causal mechanisms in diabetes pathogenesis.

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