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A post-doctoral fellow from Gareth Bond’s group - Giovanni Stracquadanio - has been selected to receive a highly-competitive Keystone Symposia Future of Science Fund scholarship to support his attendance at a meeting on Genomics and Personalized Medicine in Banff, Canada.

A photo of Giovanni StracquadanioGiovanni was chosen based on his work investigating the contribution of common genetic variants in the p53 pathway to cancer susceptibility.