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40 Years of IVF - The Biology
Professor Sir Richard GARDNER

40 Years of IVF - The Biology
Presented by: Professor Sir Richard GARDNER
Date: 31st December 2009
Time: 26:48

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Professor Sir Richard GARDNER Kt, MA, PhD, FRS

Richard Gardner was Royal Society Henry Dale Research Professor (1978–2003), and since then Royal Society Edward Penley Abraham Research Professor at the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford. He read Natural Sciences at St Catharine’s College Cambridge including Part 2 Physiology (1966) followed by a PhD in the Physiology Department (1971). He was Director of the ICRF Developmental Biology Unit in Oxford (1986–96), Member of the ABRC (1990–93), and President of the Institute of Biology (2006). He has been awarded the Scientific Medal by the Zoological Society of London (1977), March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology (1999), Royal Medal of the Royal Society (2001), and Albert Brachet Prize of the Royal Academy of Belgium (2004).

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