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31 July 2017

Sheffield Hospital scientist awarded leadership prize


Diana Jackson, a scientist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has been awarded a prestigious prize by the Institute of Biomedical Science.

Diana was one of only eight members to be honoured with the prize and was awarded with a Company Members certificate.

Diana said: “I was delighted to receive the Company Members Prize, I have thoroughly enjoyed completing the higher specialist diploma and to receive top marks was a fantastic surprise!”

Diana works in the Andrology Laboratory, overseeing the training of new laboratory technicians, in addition to her other duties of diagnostic semen analysis, post-vasectomy semen analysis and sperm storage for oncology patients.

Ian Sturdgess, President of the Institute of Biomedical Science said: “It gives me great pleasure to award Diana with the Higher Specialist Diploma Company Members Prize in Leadership and Management.”

The Institute of Biomedical Science is the leading professional body for biomedical scientists, support staff and students and is dedicated to the promotion, development and delivery of excellence in biomedical science within all aspects of healthcare, and providing the highest standards of service to patients and the public.

ENDS

 



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