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Two DPAG graduate students, Raffaele Sarnataro (Co-President) and Maria Claudia Caiazza (Social Secretary) are elected members of the committee.

The Cortex Club, our unique student-led educational forum, has elected a new committee for the academic year 2019-20. Hustings for additional committee members were held on Tuesday 15 October and were highly competitive with 18 candidates for 6 places.

The Club is going from strength to strength and recruited over 150 new members at the recent Freshers fair. They have an exciting schedule for Michaelmas Term and are currently planning collaborative events with Neuroscience students both nationally and internationally. 

The new committee members are:

Co-Presidents: Marta Blanco-Pozo and DPAG's Raffaele Sarnataro

Treasurer: Paula Kaanders

Secretary: Naroa Ibarra Aizpurua

Communication Officer: Ilenia Salaris

IT Officer: Atika Syeda

Freshers’ Officer: Tara Diviney

Undergraduates Rep: Ankit Ranjan

Social Secretaries: Jasper Elan Hunt, DPAG's Maria Claudia Caiazza, Celinie Nguyen

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