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Congratulations to both Lucy Bowes and MaryAnn Noonan for being granted a SpringBoard Award from the Academy of Medical Sciences. The award will support these two brilliant women launch some very interesting and important lines of research.

Lucy will be investigating the role of family history and exposure to bullying in adolescents at-risk for depression, and MaryAnn will be looking at the development of goal-directed behaviour and the underlying neural architecture across adolescence.

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