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Following a close contest between three excellent candidates

We are delighted to announce that Dr Natalie Doig, a Postdoctoral Neuroscientist at the MRC Brain Network Dynamics Unit  has been elected Student and Early Career Representative for the British Neuroscience Association.

Natalie's role will include representing students and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) on the Committee, advising BNA Trustees on student and ECR issues, working with the Local Group Co-ordinator to recruit and support Local Group Student Representatives, and more.

Natalie is also a member of St. Peter's College, Oxford, where she teaches medical students as a Lecturer in Neuroscience.    

Through my diverse research, teaching and supervision roles, I interact daily with undergraduate and graduate students. I also collaborate extensively with postdoctoral neuroscientists in Oxford and further afield ... I thus have a good understanding of neuroscience-related work ‘at the coal face’ and the challenges faced by students and early career researchers
Natalie Doig