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On 24 June 12 students presented talks about their works to their peers and colleagues. At the close of the event, prizes were presented to the following students:

Dr Benjamin Hunn, supervised by Prof Richard Wade-Martins and Prof Stephanie Cragg for his talk “Impairment of macroautophagy in dopamine neurons has divergent effects on parkinsonian phenotypes

Co-joined runners-up: Sophie Norman, supervised by Prof Paul Riley for her talk “VEGF-C modulates post-myocardial infarction lymphangiogenesis and inflammation” and Heather Booth, supervised by Prof Richard Wade-MartinsInvestigating the role of LRRK2 mutations in iPSC-derived midbrain neurons and astrocytes"


Congratulations to all the winners!

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