2018 BBS Young Investigator

 Lorna Dougan will be presented with the 2018 BBS young investigator award during the BBS Biennial meeting at Southampton for her research on the physics of living systems, including single molecule manipulation, life in extreme environments and the physics of cryopreservation.

The award will be presented to Dr Dougan after her Award Lecture at the British Biophysical Society Biennial Meeting at University of Southampton(11-13 July, 2018).

You can read about Dr Dougan’s research on the physics of living systems, including single molecule manipulation, life in extreme environments and the physics of cryopreservation, on the group web page at https://dougan.leeds.ac.uk.

More information on the BBS Young Investigator Award is available on the BBS webpages.