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On 7th November, abstracts of posters were presented by DPAG Graduate Students at the start of their Second Year of DPhil Research Study.  An academic panel of judges spent a morning viewing each poster to determine the prize winners to receive Blackwell’s tokens.  A cartoonist was on hand to record the event this year – below are the prize winner’s cartoons depicting their research.

The two runners-up were Matthew Kerr (Tyler/Heather group)  Type 2 diabetic mitochondria overcome fatty acyl CoA inhibition, but have reduced respirationand  Séverin Limal (Kohl/King/Walker group) Barrel cortex responses to somatosensory stimuli during discrimination training: toward multisensory integration”  with the winner being Bradley Roberts (Cragg group) GABA uptake by striatal dopamine axons supports dopamine transmission”

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Images created by Jack Brougham  - Jackbroughamdrawing.com

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