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Prof Roger Bayston receives Lifetime Contribution Award for work with people with hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida

 

Prof Roger Bayston receiving the Lifetime Contribution Award from Amar Dugal, Board Director of Shine Charity

Professor Roger Bayston has won the prestigious Lifetime Contribution Award given byShine Charity for his work with people with hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida and his long track record of research in that area.

Professor Bayston is Professor of Surgical Infection and head of the Biomaterials Relation Infection research group.

 

Posted on Tuesday 8th April 2014

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