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On 16 May the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences celebrated the work of the previous year, marking their successes in research, teaching and public engagement

Professor Joseph Takahashi from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas gave the 2019 Thomas Willis Lecture: 'Circadian Clock Genes and the Importance of Timing in Aging and Longevity'.

Congratulations to the three winners of the postgraduate poster competition:

  • Year One – Antigoni Katsikoudi
  • Year Two – Laurel Chandler
  • Year Three – Steve Middleton

Congratulations to all our departmental prize winners:

PRIZE WINNERS

EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER PRIZE
  • Winners: Lucy McDermott and Greg Weir (joint application)
  • Runner up: James Malycha ​
INTERMEDIATE CAREER RESEARCHER PRIZE
  • ​Winners: joint first to Alexander Davies and Yin Yao Dong​
AWARD FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
  • Breathe Oxford: Sarah Finnegan, Lucy Marlow and Kyle Pattinson​
AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

Joint first to:
  1. CNS fundraisers - Annette Burgess, Sue Field and Julia Duerden
  2. Vicky Anderton​
 
AWARD FOR TEACHING
  • OxSTaR: Helen Higham​, Rosie Warren​, Doug Crockett, Alan Inglis, Russell Sinclair, Charles McDermott, Wendy Washbourn and Judith Bishop

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