16 September 2019

At their annual MMD symposium, Alessandra Cambi (in the middle right on the foto), theme Nanomedicine, was elected als lecturer of the year 2018-2019 of the Top Master "Molecular mechanisms of Disease". 

The award for the best oral presentation of the MMD symposium was awarded to Maren Pfirrmann (on the left), and the poster award was won by Dora ńĆerina (on the right), 

The prizes were handed out by Roland Brock, Programme Director of the Masters programme. 

Congratulations to you all.
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