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Microbiology launch event

On Monday 27 July, key stakeholders from each of the three partner trusts were invited to the hub Microbiology laboratory based at St George’s for a tour of our new state-of-the-art laboratory.

The event kicked off in the Microbiology seminar room with short speeches by Tony Barron, SWLP Board Chairman, followed by Saghar Missaghian-Cully, SWLP Managing Director, and ending with David Coorey, Business Unit Director for BD Kiestra.

The guests were then divided into groups and given a tour of the main lab led by Dr Tim Planche (Clinical Lead for Microbiology), Jamie Laughlin (Microbiology Discipline Manager) and Shanteri Shenoy. There were refreshments and drinks for all guests (kindly supplied by BD Kiestra).

Shanteri Shenoy showing digital images

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