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The results of the University of Oxford’s Recognition of Distinction exercise for Associate Professor and University Research Lecturer are in, and I am delighted to announce that the University has conferred titles on the following MORU staff:

Mavuto Mukaka, Jeanne Salje, Claudia Turner, Matthew Robinson and Ricardo Águas

Associate Professor

Dr Mavuto Mukaka, Head of Statistics, Clinical Trials Support Group (CTSG), 

Dr Jeanne Salje, Group Leader in Bacterial Cell Biology, Microbiology

Dr Claudia Turner, COMRU, & CEO of Angkor Hospital for Children

University Research Lecturer

Dr Matthew Robinson, Head of Molecular Bacteriology, LOMWRU

Dr Ricardo Águas, Head of AToME, MAEMOD

Richly deserved in every case. Please join us in extending heartiest congratulations to Mavuto, Jeanne, Claudia, Matt and Ricardo! 

- Prof Nick Day, Director, MORU

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