Daphne Jackson Fellow’s research featured in podcast

12 May 2014 | News news

Dr Margaret O’Hara, a Daphne Jackson Fellow at the University of Birmingham, sponsored by the University and the EPSRC, is returning to research in medical physics and is exploring ways to identify liver disease using breath analysis. Click here to listen to Margaret explain her research and the impact it might have in improving diagnosis of liver disease.

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