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In the 2021 Oxford Recognition of Distinction round, four MORU colleagues were awarded Full Professor title.

MORU colleagues were awarded Full Professor titles, (from left): 
Susanna Dunachie, Professor of Infectious Diseases
Phaik Yeong Cheah, Professor of Global Health
Richard Maude, Professor of Tropical Medicine
Paul Turner, Professor of Paediatric Microbiology
MORU colleagues awarded Full Professor titles, (from left): Susanna Dunachie - Professor of Infectious Diseases, Phaik Yeong Cheah - Professor of Global Health, Richard Maude - Professor of Tropical Medicine, Paul Turner - Professor of Paediatric Microbiology

View the full list of awardees in the 2021 Oxford Recognition of Distinction round. Please join us in congratulating every one of them on this wonderful achievement!

- Nick Day

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