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Congratulations to Professor Patrik Rorsman who has been awarded the 2013 Albert Renold Prize Lecture.

Prof Patrik Rorsman awarded the 2013 Albert Renold Prize Lecture in recognition of outstanding achievement in research on the islets of Langerhans. © Prior to use, permission must be obtained from Patrik Rorsman (patrik.rorsman@hmc.ox.ac.uk).
Pancreatic Islet

This most prestigious honour is awarded in recognition of outstanding achievement in research on the islets of Langerhans. Patrik will deliver his lecture in Barcelona at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes on Tuesday 24th September 2013.

This is a great achievement for Patrik and OCDEM and recognises many years of outstanding work by Patrik in this field.

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