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Prof. Susie Dunachie has been awarded an NIHR Global Research Professorship. This is a flagship award in applied global health research with a particular focus on underfunded, under-researched areas. It aims to promote effective translation of research into practice by strengthening research leadership.

Prof. Dunachie is an honorary consultant in infectious diseases and medical microbiology at Oxford University’s Nuffield Department of Medicine (NDM). She is also an OUCAGS Clinical Lecturer alumna and one of OUCAGS’ Academic Training Programme Directors (ATPD). 

Susanna Dunachie

Further reading:

The full story on the NIHR website

OUCAGS’s clinical academic programmes

Prof Dunachie’s NDM page

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