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A competition amongst the graduate students in the Department has yielded some wonderful images, and four prize winners.

After careful deliberation the judges selected the following students' work for prizes:

1st Prize

Matthew Williamson,

Oliver and Davies Groups

Neuromuscular Junctions from Lumbrical Muscles

Runner Up

Sonali Munshaw,

Smart Group

Re-activated Epicardial Cells with Power to Repair

Runner Up

Nicoletta Surdo,

Zaccolo Group

Flower from the Heart

Runner Up

Cristiana Vagnoni,

Butt and Molnar Groups

Interneuron Forest

Matthew Williamson

Neuromuscular junctions from Lumbrical Muscles

Williamson

Sonali Munshaw

Re-activated Epicardial Cells with Power to Repair

Munshaw

Nicoletta Surdo

Flower from the Heart

Sundo

Cristiana Vagnoni

Interneuron Forest

Vagnoni

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