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BPS 2017 Poster prizes

last modified Dec 13, 2017 01:32 PM
Congratulations to Matt Harris and Winnie Yeung (Both in Ladds lab) who won prizes for the best posters at the BPS flagship Pharmacology meeting in London 2017...

Matt’s poster “Characterising Glucose-dependent Insulinotropic Polypeptide Receptor Signalling” won the award for the Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology session.

Winnie’s poster “Identification and characterisation of a novel series of quinoxaline-based small molecules as GLP-1R allosteric modulators” won the prize for the Drug discover, development and evaluation session.

Congratulations to both and all those involved with the research.  

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