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We are delighted to announce that Professor Jeremy Tomlinson has been awarded a BRC/BRU Principal Fellow Award.

These awards are highly competitive and seek to recognise and promote excellence and commitment of key researchers and leaders who contribute to the success of the BRC and BRU.

The BRC and the BRU are partnerships between Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – which runs hospitals including Oxford’s John Radcliffe – and the University of Oxford.

Further information on this award can be found on the BRC website.

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