New Annual Review now available

10 August 2016 | News, Annual Review news

Last year was an incredible year for the Daphne Jackson Trust as we passed the milestone of awarding our 300th Fellowship with 26 new Fellowships commencing in 2015 across the UK.

We also held our inspirational research conference, launching the report of our former Fellows’ survey at the conference, as well as hearing from many of our Fellows at the event.

The new Daphne Jackson Trust Annual Review celebrates all of these successes and more, and showcases some of the amazingly talented researchers we have supported in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and maths.

The Review is packed full of personal stories and information, showing the impact our Fellows make when given the opportunity to return to research. It also includes a foreword from Professor Teresa Anderson MBE, Chair of Trustees, who joined the charity in 2015.

You can download the Annual Review here, or call us on 01483 689 166 to order a copy.

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