PhD student wins prize for best short communication at ESVD/ECVD/ISVD Congress
Congratulations to Sian-Marie Clark, one of our PhD students, who has received the prize for the best short communication by a young investigator at last week's ESVD/ ECVD/ ISVD congress in Krakow, Poland for her abstract entitled "Activity in vitro of chlorhexidine alone and in combination with miconazole or tromethamine-EDTA against canine meticillin-resistant and susceptible staphylococci".
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