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the winning illustrations
The image shows from left to right, illustrations by Oishee Ghosh, Anna Rooth and Anika Schwarze-Chintopatla

Congratulations are in order for three medical students who are the finalists for the DPAG Prize in Anatomical Illustration. The prize is in its second year since being launched in the 2022-23 academic year and it was introduced to recognise academic excellence in the study of Human Anatomy as well as recognising the amazing creative talent that Oxford medical and biomedical science students have to offer.

The panel who meet to judge the submissions is composed of academics and teachers from the department, who have expertise in Human Anatomy and other related fields.

The finalists are:

1st prize – Oishee Ghosh (Y3 Medicine)

Runners up – Anna Rooth (Y2 Graduate-Entry Medicine) and Anika Schwarze-Chintapatla (Year 3 Medicine)