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Congratulations are in order to Associate Professor Neil Herring on being made a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.

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Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology and Consultant Cardiologist Neil Herring has been made a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP).

The Fellowship is an accolade awarded to distinguished consultants recognising their ongoing contribution to the profession, and is held by some of the most exceptional and innovative physicians in the world.

 

 

 

I am honoured to receive this recognition from the RCP Council. I have greatly admired and respected many senior colleagues who have held this award throughout my medical career and it is humbling to be able to count myself as part of that same group. - Prof Herring

The Royal College of Physicians, founded in 1518, is the British professional body responsible for accreditation of physicians through post-graduate examinations and is dedicated to improving the practice of medicine.

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