New Annual Review 2016, Making an Impact 30 years on, now available

28 November 2017 | News, Annual Review news

Last year was an incredible and eventful year for the Daphne Jackson Trust as we celebrated thirty years since Daphne awarded the first Fellowships at the University of Surrey.

The Review includes features on our 30th anniversary celebrations, a personal reflection of Daphne from Daphne’s family, personal stories from five of our Fellows across the areas of STEM, a feature on working collaboratively with Medical Research Scotland plus details on our Trustees, Committee members, patrons, staff and Fellows in post (as of 2016).

It also includes a foreword from Professor Teresa Anderson MBE, Chair of Trustees, who joined the charity in 2015, as well as our Chief Executive, Dr Katie Perry.

You can download the Annual Review, or call us on 01483 689 166 to request to be sent a copy in the post.

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