Interview with Daphne Jackson Fellow in The Biochemist magazine

12 April 2015 | News news

Dr Marjorie Gibbons is returning to research at the University of Bath with a Daphne Jackson Fellowship sponsored by the Biochemical Society. She is investigating the effect of hyperglycemia on proteins of the immune system. Recently she spoke to Dr Cat Ball, Policy Advisor at the Biochemical Society about returning to research following a 16 year career break, and how the Daphne Jackson Fellowship is helping her. The article appears in the latest issue of the Biochemist and can be downloaded here.

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