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Three more Daphne Jackson Fellows join the ranks!

Congratulations to our newest Daphne Jackson Fellows, Dr Eleni Makrinou, Dr Helen Morrogh-Bernard, and Dr Jane Sarginson who have been awarded a Fellowship recently. We are also very grateful to the host universities and sponsors that have made it possible.

The Fellows will begin their novel research projects and retraining programmes in the coming months, and join over 280 individuals who have returned to their careers with a Daphne Jackson Fellowship.

Eleni Makrinou will return to Imperial College, London, sponsored by the Genesis Research Trust; Dr Helen Morrogh-Bernard returns to Exeter University, sponsored by NERC; and Jane Sarginson will join the University of Manchester, sponsored by NIHR-GMPSTRC.

We wish them every success in their return to research!

Find out more about our Fellows and the research they are undertaking in our ‘For Fellows’ pages and in our latest Annual Review.

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