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Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics Director, Professor John Todd, is the recipient of the 2021 EASD-Novo Nordisk Foundation Diabetes Prize for Excellence.  The prize, part of which will see Professor Todd speaking at the 57th EASD annual meeting in the autumn, is awarded to a body research that has given significant insights in to the understanding, treatment,or prevention of diabetes and complications associated with the disease.  

The 57th annual meeting is being held between 27 September  - 1 October 2021 and registration at :  www.easd.org

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