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We are pleased to welcome Jeremy Tomlinson, previously from the University of Birmingham, who has been appointed to the Professorship of Diabetic Medicine, which is a new clinical Chair in OCDEM. He has an international reputation in steroid metabolism and his research interests span diabetes, endocrinology and metabolism. He will strengthen and further develop existing research and clinical activities in OCDEM.

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