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Standing (from the left): Marta Blanco Pozo (communications officer), Ana Ghenciulescu (undergraduate officer), Matthew Buchan (secretary), Lukas Krone (co-president), Raffaele Sarnataro (social secretary), Diego Asua (freshers officer)
Sitting (from the left): Ana Bottura de Barros (treasurer), Sonia Spitzer (IT officer), Tai-Ying Lee (co-president), Afrah Shibu (social secretary)
Missing: Paula Kaanders (social secretary)

 The new Cortex Club Committee has been confirmed with additional members.  The Cortex Club has established itself as perhaps the premier forum for the discussion of neuroscience in Oxford – not only for students but also for faculty.  They have a fantastic Michaelmas programme and are planning a number of exciting developments working with other neuroscience student groups around the country – watch this space!

The Cortex Club provides the most exciting neuroscience events in Oxford – attracting a fantastic line-up of speakers, sparking lively debate, and bringing together neuroscientists from across the University.
- Heidi-Johansen-Berg, Director of the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging

 

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