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Uncategorized, Academics, Achievements, Surgery and Cancer
Prof Francesca Cordeiro wins the Duke Elder Award from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Congratulations to Prof Francesca Cordeiro, who received the prestigious Duke Elder Award from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists at the their…
Uncategorized, Athena SWAN, people and culture, Surgery and Cancer
The Department receives the Athena SWAN Silver award
The Department of Surgery and Cancer has received their Athena SWAN Silver award after a long but successful application process. The application…
Gaining Industry insight with the Industry xChange Programme
Clinical Research Fellow, Meera Joshi, recently took part in the Graduate School’s Transformative Innovation Industry xChange retreat,…
Uncategorized, Academics, Athena SWAN, Surgery and Cancer, women@imperial
Balancing act: taking maternity leave as an academic – Dr Véronique Azuara
It’s Women@Imperial Week – an opportunity for us to celebrate the work and resilience of some of the women within our Department. Dr…
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