Professor Peter Hutchinson, Robinson Fellow and Director of Studies in Clinical Medicine, has been awarded the Vilhelm Magnus Medal from the Norwegian Neurosurgical Association, an award often described as the ‘Nobel Prize of Neurosurgery.’
Professor Hutchinson and his team – from the University of Cambridge’s Department of Clinical Neurosciences – were awarded for their work on traumatic brain injury, including studies addressing the concept of ‘Rescuing the Injured Brain.’
Professor Hutchinson was invited to Oslo in October to receive his medal and to deliver the prestigious Vilhelm Magnus Lecture.
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The whole Robinson community congratulates Professor Hutchinson on this fantastic achievement.
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