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Many congratulations to Professor Tzima, who is the first award winner of the newly launched Novo Nordisk Innovation Fund (NNIF), running as a pilot programme for the first time this year.

Professor Tzima's award is co-funded from MRC Confidence in Concept funds and Novo Nordisk for her project titled: “A novel pathway for therapeutic targeting in cardiometabolic diseases”. The project is due to commence in January 2021 in collaboration with Dr Jo Howson from Novo Nordisk Research Centre Oxford.     

Read more about the awards on the Medical Sciences Division website

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