Prof. Sarah Cleaveland on Radio Scotland

Issued: Mon, 04 Jul 2016 13:10:00 BST

Professor Sarah Cleaveland OBE, from Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine, appeared on the Shereen Najiani show on BBC Radio Scotland on Saturday 2 July to discuss her career and her ground breaking work on the rabies virus.

Professor Cleaveland, was recently elected a fellow of the Royal Society for her work on infectious diseases. Her work, which is done mainly in Africa, saw her nominated in recognition of the impacts of her research on human and animal health.

Speaking after her Royal Society Fellowship election she said: “I have been so fortunate in the support that I have received at the University of Glasgow over the years, and the achievements recognised through this nomination have only been possible through the combined efforts of extraordinary talented and supportive teams, both at the University of Glasgow and in Tanzania.”

To listen to the interview visit:

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0400673

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