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ARU collects Queen’s Anniversary Prize  awarded last November

Later this week, the Chancellor and Professor Roderick Watkins will be joining Professor Helen Odell-Miller, Professor Yvonne Barnett and a number of colleagues and PhD students from the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research at St James’ Palace to collect the Queen’s Anniversary Prize awarded last November.

The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes recognise outstanding work by UK universities and colleges that shows the highest levels of quality and innovation and delivers significant public benefit. The Prizes are the highest national honour awarded in UK higher and further education, and are granted by The Queen every two years.

ARU’s Cambridge campus is home to a music therapy clinic and research institute, the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research, which has a team of 30 researchers, including 20 PhD students at any one time, and is the largest and most influential research unit of its kind in the world.

Find out more about The Queen's Anniversary Prize.