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Triple congratulations to EP's Patricia Lockwood for

- receiving the Social and Affective Neuroscience Innovation Award for her recent recent PNAS paper on affective processing in the brain

- receiving confirmation of her MRC fellowship to work on "Modelling variability in the social brain across the lifespan".  This work wll be conducted in collaboration with Matthew Rushworth and Masud Husain in Oxford and Christian Ruff in Zurich

- being offered a JRF at Christ Church to start in October.

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