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2019 RMS Flow Cytometry Medal Winner Revealed
Jun 27 2019 Read 414 Times
Dr Andy Filby, Director of the Flow Cytometry Core Facility (FCCF) at Newcastle University (NU), has been announced by the RMS as the latest winner of its prestigious Flow Cytometry Medal.
The biennial prize - part of the RMS Medal Series, was presented in recognition for the enormous contribution he has made, and continues to make, to the discipline of flow cytometry and imaging cytometry in terms of method development, academic output, professional affiliations and teaching activities.
Andy said: “It is a massive honour to be awarded the RMS medal for flow cytometry. I feel very proud to be recognised by my peers and by such a prestigious society for the work that I do in cytometry and single cell analysis. I would also like to acknowledge the efforts and skills of my team here at Newcastle and the wonderful support I have received from the faculty and the University in general.”
Andy is set to receive his medal at the flowcytometryUK Meeting on 21 November 2019.
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