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Members of the University have been recognised in the New Year's Honours list for 2020, including scientists from across the Medical Sciences Division.

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Congratulations to Professor Karen Louise Barker and Professor Bee Wee, who have been recognised in the New Year's Honours List for 2020. 

Professor Karen Louise Barker of the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS) and Clinical director for Trauma and Orthopaedics Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is appointed OBE for services to healthcare.

Professor Bee Wee of Oxford University’s Nuffield Department of Medicine is appointed CBE for Services to End of Life Care. Professor Wee is Clinical Lead at Sobell House hospice on the Churchill Hospital site in Oxford, and has a national role with NHS England and NHS Improvement as the National Clinical Director for Palliative and End of Life Care and holds academic posts as Associate Professor and Fellow of Harris Manchester College at the University of Oxford and Visiting Professor at the University of Worcester.

Read more about other members of University of Oxford who have been recognised in the New Year's Honours list for 2020 (University of Oxford)

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