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Former OUCAGS ACF, Dr Robert Hallifax, received a Best Green Shoots Research award at the Thames Valley Health Research Awards ceremony on 26th September, in Oxford.

Dr Hallifax, of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, was formerly an OUCAGS ACF in Core Medical Training (Respiratory Medicine). He was one of a number of healthcare professionals who were honoured for their help running research trials in the NHS. Awardees were selected by a panel at the NIHR Clinical Research Network Thames Valley and South Midlands (LCRN).

 

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