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Congratulations to Professor Gero Miesenboeck and Professor Chris Ponting who both received Wellcome Trust Investigator Award in the April 2015 round.

Professor Gero Miesenboeck received the award for his project entitled Time to decide and Professor Chris Ponting for his project CEROX-miRNA control of mitochondrial OXPHOS activities in health and disease.

Investigator Awards provide funding for scientists who have an excellent track record and are in an established academic post. They offer the flexibility and time to enable them to tackle the most important questions in their field.

For the complete list of Investigator Award recipients please visit the Wellcome Trust website.

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