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Professor Jeremy Tomlinson has been awarded the Graham Bull prize in Clinical Science by the Royal College of Physicians.

The prize was established in 1988 in honour of Sir Graham Bull who was the first director of the Clinical Research Centre at Northwick Park and is awarded to young research workers who have made a major contribution to clinical science. Jeremy has been invited to deliver the Goulstonian Lecture, an annual lecture endowed in 1635 by Mrs Ellen Goulston in memory of her husband Dr Theodore Goulston FRCP. He will deliver the lecture "Cushing's Revisited: Cortisol Metabolism and the Obesity Epidemic" in March next year.

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