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Studying the molecular clockwork

AcademiaNet Interview with Professor Martha Merrow
This year's Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology went to three chronobiologists: Michael W. Young, Michael Rosbash and Jeffrey C. Hall. The award has put a spotlight on an exciting, yet rarely discussed, field of research. We spoke with Professor Martha Merrow from the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, who researches circadian clocks in different organisms. She told us about the inner clock of cells, how chronobiology could help us live healthier and the problem some individuals' chronotype.

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In Focus: Public Health

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Dr. Irene Agyepong

University of Ghana’s School of Public Health, Accra

Area of specialisation

Public Health

Research interests

Health Policy and Systems Health Financing, Universal Health Coverage Systems Thinking Maternal and Newborn Health


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