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Many congratulations to our researchers.

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Masliza Mahmod and Tim Betts are now Associate Professors of Cardiovascular Medicine, Mark Crabtree is Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Biochemistry, Svetlana Reilly is Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Science, David Sims is Associate Professor of Computational Genomics, James Davies is Associate Professor of Genomics, and Karthik Ramasamy is Associate Professor of Haematology. 

In addition, Ladislav Valkovic has been awarded the title of University Research Lecturer. 

Many congratulations to all our researchers - these titles are awarded in recognition of  substantial independent research achievement, along with contribution to the general academic life of the Medical Sciences Division and the department.

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