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Isabella Ferreira's PhD will seek to understand the cell mechanisms that allow HIV to survive in patients who take antiretroviral medication.
A recent Gates Cambridge seminar connected alumni and experts in Human Computer Interaction.
A symposium on Africans in STEM is being co-organised by two Gates Cambridge Scholars.
Scholar-elect Bailey Weatherbee will investigate the early stages of human life and seek to find why many pregnancies fail.
Scholar-elect Dhruv Nandamudi will study the role of stress in mental health and how memory control can reduce the impact of triggers.
Julie Pham has won the Female Founders Association's Advocate Awards at its 2019 Champion Awards.
Carol Ibe has been awarded a prestigious award for her research into a fungus that can destroy up to 30% of rice in a field.
Ninety new scholars - citizens of 37 different countries - have been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
Anna Forringer-Beal on investigating ways to reposition trafficking as a human rights concern rather than a criminal issue.
Stan Wang on his non-linear career path from stem cell research with Sir John Gurdon to start-up co-founder.
Gregory Serapio-García talks about his research on how the digital world can improve mental health.
Victoria Herrmann is recognised in Apolitical's World's 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy for 2019.

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