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Honor for University of Nottingham professor

A University of Nottingham academic has been elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences in recognition of his work as a researcher and clinician.

Neil Marlow, Professor of Neonatal Medicine in the University's Medical School, has been honoured by his peers for excellence in medical science. Professor Marlow has carried out extensive research into the care and treatment of newborn babies, particularly those who are born extremely prematurely.

His election to the Academy is a resounding endorsement of his work Fellows are elected for outstanding contributions to the advancement of medical science, for innovative application of scientific knowledge and conspicuous service to healthcare.

The Academy of Medical Sciences promotes advances in medical science and campaigns to ensure these are translated as quickly as possible into healthcare benefits for society. The Academy's 800 Fellows are the UK's leading medical scientists from hospitals, academia, industry and public service.

Professor Marlow said: "I am honoured to be elected a fellow of the Academy and it really is a tribute to the fantastic team of individuals I have working with me in Nottingham, and around the country, that have produced world class research."

Among Professor Marlow's current major research projects is the EPICure study, the first in the UK to study a group of babies born extremely prematurely and follow them longitudinally through into adolescence.

The results of this study, which is funded by the Medical Research Council, are helping to improve understanding of the challenges faced by babies born at 25 weeks gestation or less, and improve the treatment they receive.

Professor Marlow and his team also have an important collaborative project, using MRI with the School of Psychology, to evaluate neuropsychology in relation to brain structure in very premature children.

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Contact: Professor Neil Marlow
neil.marlow@nottingham.ac.uk
University of Nottingham
3-May-2007


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