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Congratulations to Professor Anindita Roy who successfully applied for a CRUK Data4CYP award!

Anindita Roy, Professor of Paediatric Haematology, was successfully awarded a CRUK Data for Children's and Young People's Cancer (Data4CYP) Pilot Award to bring together clinical and scientific data for all infants with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in the UK to create an integrated data resource. The multidisciplinary team including clinicians, scientists, data strategists and parent advocates will work together to understand what factors drive improved prognosis and how we can harness this information for improved personalised medicine approaches. 

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