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Pilkington Teaching Prize 2012

last modified Aug 02, 2013 09:07 AM
The Department is delighted to announce that Torsten Krude has been awarded one of this years Pilkington Teaching Prizes, in recognition of excellence in teaching at the University.


The Pilkington Prizes were inaugurated and endowed by Sir Alistair Pilkington, to acknowledge excellence in teaching; they are funded from the Cambridge Foundation Fund for Teaching Prizes.

The Head of Department, Professor Michael Akam, writes "Torsten has for many years introduced our students to the molecular biology of the cell nucleus. His lectures, setting the tone for the NST 1B Cell and Developmental Biology course at the beginning of the second year, receive an outstandingly positive response from the students. To accompany these lectures he presents practical classes that provide the students with an introduction to sophisticated molecular techniques. These are equally popular."

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