Peter Brown elected a Fellow of The Academy of Medical Sciences

Peter Brown elected a Fellow of The Academy of Medical Sciences

A portrait photo of Peter Brown

Many congratulations to Unit Director Professor Peter Brown on the announcement today of his election to the Fellowship of The Academy of Medical Sciences.

The Academy of Medical Sciences is an independent body in the UK, with a mission to advance biomedical and health research and its translation into benefits for society. Promoting excellence is one the Academy’s key objectives. Fellowship of the Academy is based on exceptional contributions to the medical sciences. A small number of new Fellows are elected each year.

Peter commented “I am delighted to be elected, and I thank current and past members of my team and the wider MRC Unit for their terrific support and hard work.”

Unit Deputy Director Pete Magill commented: “We are all thrilled for Peter. This honour is richly deserved and long overdue! Peter is a true pioneer in the field of biomedical research, not only because he has generated new and important scientific knowledge but also because he is leveraging it to tangibly advance human health and welfare.”

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