Prof Kevin Brindle, Senior Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK Cancer Institute, and a member of the Cambridge Metabolic Network Steering Committee, has joined 50 exceptional scientists from around the world, including nine from Cambridge, to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Fellows are selected for their outstanding contributions to scientific understanding, with discoveries ranging from the first planets outside our solar system, to the creation of the world’s smallest molecular engine, new mathematical proofs and treatments for debilitating global disease.
Kevin Brindle is known for developing magnetic resonance techniques for investigating the biochemistry of cells and tissues. His current research focuses on the development of novel imaging methods to detect cancer progression and to monitor early tumour responses to treatment, with an emphasis on translating these techniques to the clinic.
Many congratulations on behalf of the Metabolic Network.
Further details are available on the Cancer Institute news page