Weiss gong for Wright

August 3, 2007

Eric Wright, research dean of Dundee University's medical school, has just been awarded the prestigious Weiss Medal at the International Congress of Radiation Research in San Francisco. Weiss medallists are nominated by the chairman of the Association for Radiation Research. Professor Wright is involved in stem-cell research, most recently focusing on how exposure to ionising radiation causes abnormalities in stem cells that result in leukaemia.

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