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Brain Centre gives Wales a world lead

in Cardiff at the cutting edge of research worldwide."

In a joint statement, Cardiff University's Vice-Chancellor Dr David Grant and the University of Wales College of Medicine's Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Tomlinson, said: "This is a prime example of the benefits merger will deliver for Wales. It will be a world-leading research centre, which will increase our understanding of the human brain and ultimately lead to new treatments for sufferers of some very serious afflictions.

"This is an excellent merger dividend and it is particularly pleasing that it will give Cardiff and Wales a real edge in such a key area of medical research."

Welcoming this latest benefit of merger, Professor Roger Williams, Chairman of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, added: " This is very exciting news. We look forward to the merged Cardiff University bringing further benefits, such as this, to Cardiff itself, to Wales and to the whole UK, as it pursues its international vision."


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Contact: Professor Peter Halligan
HalliganPW@cardiff.ac.uk
292-087-6911
Cardiff University
4-Mar-2004


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