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We are please to announce that Dr Leanne Hodson of the OXLIP Group has been awarded the prestigious Association of Clinical Biochemists Professors' Prize for 2010. The award was made based on her ...

OCDEM Researcher Awarded Prestigious Prize

We are please to announce that Dr Leanne Hodson of the OXLIP Group has been awarded the prestigious Association of Clinical Biochemists Professors' Prize for 2010.  The award was made based on her work in the area of postprandial hepatic fatty acid partitioning using stable isotope methodologies.

Dr Hodson will be giving a lecture entitled 'Hepatic Fatty Acid Partitioning: The Art of Tracing Dietary Fat' at 'Focus' the Association for Clinical Biochemistry national meeting being held in Glasgow in May 2010.

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