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Daniel Alanine and Anita Gola were both awarded Nuffield Department of Medicine Student prizes for their DPhil projects at the Jenner Institute during a ceremony at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on 12 November 2019.

georgiebowyerndmprize.jpegBoth danalaninendmprize.jpegstudents worked on projects related to malaria vaccines and were recognised for their scientific contributions to the field. Dan is pictured (right) with his supervisors, Professor Simon Draper and Professor Matt Higgins.

Another former student, Georgina Bowyer was also highly commended in the same category and is pictured (left) receiving her award from the Head of NDM, Professor Richard Cornall.