Professor Sue Hill honoured in NHS 70th year 

Professor Sue Hill honoured in NHS 70th year 
  • 15
    Jun

Professor Sue Hill honoured in NHS 70th year 

Professor Sue Hill, whose office leads the NHS Action Plan on Hearing Loss, has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her contributions to health. Professor Sue Hill, a leading NHS Scientist, has been awarded a damehood for services to the 100,000 Genomes Project and to NHS Genomic Medicine.

NHS England Chairman, Sir Malcolm Grant said: “Sue is a driving force in keeping the NHS a world-leader in genomic medicine and I’m delighted that she has been awarded this well-deserved honour.” Professor Hill, said that she was both humbled and overjoyed to receive the award.

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