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The Graham Bull Prize in Clinical Science / Goulstonian Lectureship is a prestigious annual prize awarded by the Royal College of Physicians

Associcate Professor Sarosh Irani received the prize for his work in autoimmune neurology. It was awarded at a ceremony in London in November.

The Graham Bull prize was established in 1988 in honour of Sir Graham Bull, who was the first director of the Clinical Research Centre at Northwick Park. A trust for the Graham Bull Prize was set up to provide money for young research workers under the age of 45 who feel that they have made a major contribution to clinical science. The prize as designed by the trust is specifically for an application and not for nomination of individuals. The work can cover a wide range of expertise, such as molecular and cellular biology, imaging technology, psychiatry, or health sciences.

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