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Seven make the power list

This year, seven IBMS members were awarded places on The Pathologist’s power list.

The publication says the list is comprised of “inspirational individuals who make laboratory medicine such a fantastic field”.  The seven are:

Cherie Beckett – Biomedical Scientist in Microbiology at the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in Harlow.

Matthew Burdett – Medical Technical Officer at Unilabs in London.

Ian Davies – Senior Lecturer at Staffordshire University.

Jo Horne – Advanced Practitioner Healthcare Scientist in Cellular Pathology at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.

Hayley Pincott – Associate Practitioner in the Oral Pathology and Microbiology department at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.

Malcolm Robinson – Retired biomedical scientist and founder of the charity Harvey’s Gang.

David Wells – Biomedical scientist working as Head of Pathology at NHS England’s COVID-19 Testing Cell.

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