Adele Marston elected to Fellow of The Royal Society of Edinburgh

On the 22 March The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) announced that Adele Marston has been elected as an RSE Fellow.

This prestigious fellowship recognises the major contributions Adele has made to understanding the origin of aneuploidy, particularly during meiosis the cell division that generates eggs and sperm, one of the major causes of infertility.

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotland’s National Academy, uses the combined knowledge of their Fellows to provide independent expert advice to policymakers with the aim of contributing to the social and economic wellbeing of Scotland and its people. RSE fellows have demonstrated excellence in their area of expertise and their contribution to society, showing a strong commitment to the objectives of the RSE (to inspire, engage, provide expertise and promote).

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