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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    A neonatal researcher who's being made a dame won't be resting on her laurels

    A neonatal researcher who's being made a dame won't be resting on her laurels


    Distinguished Professor Dame Jane Harding is world-renowned for discovering the impact of low blood sugar levels on premature babies' brain development and inventing a cheap gel treatment.

    She says there are always more questions to be answered.

    Dame Jane's working on a big project about whether low glucose levels in babies can be prevented.

    She's also doing a study on the long term effects of better nutrition and treatments at the time of birth.

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