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Keith Gull, Professor of Molecular Biology at the Dunn School and Principal of St Edmund Hall, is to receive the 2017 Biochemical Society Award at the Society’s conference next year.

This prestigious award recognises Keith’s outstanding contribution to understanding the molecular components of the microtubule cytoskeleton and how it operates in flagellar motility, cell division, and morphogenesis of the African trypanosome. His work has led to the establishment of novel insights into the evolution of the cytoskeleton and its components.

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