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Cordwainers Prize Winners

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Cordwainers Prize
Best MBPhD Thesis of the Year

PRIZE WINNERS
2019

Richard D Bartlett
Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine to repair the spinal cord. 
Supervisor: Dr James B Phillips  

Sam Ereira
A neurocomputational account of self-other distinction: from cell to society. 
Supervisor: Prof Ray Dolan

2018Vishal Rawji
Impulsivity in Parkinson's disease and Tourette syndrome, and human motor decision making.
Supervisor: Prof John C Rothwell
2017

Sophie Adler
Cortical morphology and MRI signal intensity analysis in paediatric epilepsy.
Supervisor: Prof Torsten Baldeweg

2016

Rafael Di Marco Barros     
Tissue-Specific Butyrophilin-like Molecules are Master Regulators of Intraepithelial γδ T cell Composition.
Supervisor: Prof Adrian Hayday

2015

Fergus O'Farrell
Pericyte-mediated Regulation of Cerebral and Coronary Blood Flow in Health and Disease
Supervisor: Prof David Attwell

2014

Adam P Levine
The genetics of inflammatory bowel disease in extended multiplex Ashkenazi Jewish kindreds
Supervisor:  Prof Tony Segal

2013

Christopher A McKinnon
The role of the ubiquitin-proteasome system in prion disease pathogenesis
Supervisor:  Prof Sarah Tabrizi

2012

Anna M Rose 
Transcriptional regulation of PRPF31: the role of variable gene expression in determining phenotype in retinitis pigmentosa 
Supervisor: Prof Shomi Bhattacharya

2011

Sean B KNIGHT 
Lentiviral Vectors for Gene Therapy 
Supervisor: Prof Mary Collins

Alvin J X LEE
An Investigation of Chromosomal Instability Survival Mechanisms in Cancer
Supervisor: Prof Charles Swanton

2010

Alex ROSSDEUTSCH 
The Role of Thymosin B4 in Vascular Development
Supervisor: Prof Paul Riley

2009

Catherine HYAMS 
The role of the Streptococcus pneumoniae capsule in interactions with Coaplement and Phagocytes 
Supervisor: Prof Jeremy Brown

Panagiotis KYRTATOS
Cell Targeting and Imaging using Magnetic Nanoparticles
Supervisor: Prof Mark Lythgoe

2008

Abhishek DAS
Constraints on T Cell responsiveness in Chronic Hepatitis B Virus infection
Supervisor: Prof Mala Maini