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Jonathan Cutajar

last modified Jun 21, 2018 11:36 AM
Congratulations to Jonathan Cutajar...

Congratulations to our graduating Part II student Jonathan Cutajar, who has been awarded a Geoffrey Hellings Prize for Innovation and Creativity for his novel proposal ‘Designing artificial antibodies for therapeutic action in rheumatoid arthritis'. Jonathan will work on his project over the summer in the Lindon Lab.

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