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A new podcast from the Medical Sciences Division

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The first episode of a podcast hosted by the Medical Sciences Division is out now! The podcast features Dr Mary Warrell (OVG), Dr Sandy Douglas (Jenner Institute), Peter Magill (MRC Brain Network Dynamics Unit) and Natalie Doig (MRC Brain Network Dynamics Unit) and explores how we learn to use the cunning tricks of viruses to our own advantage!

Listen to the episode on iTunes here.

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