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Four DPAG lecturers were awarded Teaching excellence awards at a ceremony held on Tuesday 17th October at Merton College, hosted by the Head of Division Professor Gavin Screaton.

Associate Professor Helen Christian- for consistently outstanding teaching in Endocrinology and excellent student feedback, nominated by all three cohorts of Biomedical sciences students and FHS. 

Associate Professor Kristine Krug - for  designing and organising the implementation of a new practical class especially for the Biomedical Sciences course which  involved a large amount of work. This effort was recognised by students in their feedback.

Associate Professor Pawel Swietach- for consistently outstanding teaching in Cardiovascular physiology to Pre-clinical and Biomedical science students and excellent student feedback.

Associate Professor Damian Tyler - for very successful development, organisation and implementation of a new 2-week theme (Metabolism) within the Advanced Option in cardiovascular, renal and respiratory biology for third-year Pre-clinical and Biomedical Sciences students who found Dr Tyler's teaching of the highest quality.

Excellence Awards 2017

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