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This week, at #DigitalMentorPodcast we’re talking about: #Decolonising global health!

Join our global panel incl. @RenzoGuinto, @SalmaMHAbdalla & @desmondtanko chatting about a new movement to increase the diversity of voices in #globalhealth research🎧 http://bit.ly/3pX76Xf

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A genetic predisposition to pre-eclampsia is related to blood pressure and BMI, this new study has found 🤰

These new insights could form the basis of #preeclampsia prevention in the future 🩺

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-19733-6

🍾 Congratulations Eddie Cano-Gámez, winner of the 2020 Epstein Award!

@eddiecg is a PhD student in @GosiaTrynka's lab, working on an Open Targets project to investigate the function of T cells 🧬 https://twitter.com/GeneticsSociety/status/1330919288711024642

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Congratulations to the 2020 Epstein Award Pre-Doctoral Winners:
Eddie Cano Gamez, Soumya Kundu, and Jose Uribe-Salazar

https://bit.ly/338TBdj