Malaria work nets prize

October 13, 2006

Liverpool University scientist Alexis Nzila was recognised by the Royal Society this week for advancing discoveries into treatments for malaria. Dr Nzila was presented with the Pfizer Award, which includes a £60,000 grant for scientific research plus a further £5,000 prize money, for his research into the similarities between cancer and malaria, and his contribution to developing possible malaria treatments.

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