Oxoid, a world leader in microbiology, has acknowledged the excellent work of a young microbiologist at the University of Brighton.
Oxoid, a world leader in microbiology, has acknowledged the excellent work of a young microbiologist at the University of Brighton. The inaugural Oxoid Prize for the Best Project in Microbiology, at the University of Brighton School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, was awarded to Sandra Clark for her study on the survival of hospital-acquired pathogens in a desiccated state.
I am really pleased to have won the Oxoid Prize, said Sandra, It is particularly special to me as it was awarded in recognition of a project that was entirely my own work; and the fact that this is the first time the Oxoid Prize has been awarded makes it doubly special!
Sandra Clark (left) received the Oxoid Prize for the Best Project in Microbiology from Alison Smith (centre), Pharmaceutical Marketing Manager, Oxoid and Professor John Smart, Head of School, Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton, UK.
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2008|
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