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Hospital up for two national Biomedical Science awards

Hospital up for two national Biomedical Science awards

Staff working in labs at Broomfield Hospital have been nominated for two prestigious national awards.

The nominations are part of the Institute of Biomedical Scientists (IBMS) Awards 2024, with Lesley Cybichowski, Training and Health & Safety Lead, being shortlisted in the Training & Development category. And the Blood Sciences Department has been recognised in the Public Engagement category.

Lesley said: “We are all still buzzing and it is great to be just shortlisted for these awards as there is a lot of pride in the biomedical world that IBMS bring, so it is just great to be recognised as part of their first ever awards.”

Lesley gained her nomination for her work in highlighting continuous professional development, helping ensure good practice and good quality staff. Whilst the Blood Sciences Department have been showing people what happens in the labs and how they help patients, as well as inspiring the next generation of bio medical scientists at school careers events.

The winners of the awards are set to be announced in London at the end of June. With over 21,000 members in 74 countries, the IBMS is the leading professional body for scientists, support staff and students in the field of biomedical science.

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