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Pre-clinical Medicine Undergraduate students Kacper Kurzyp, Rafee Ahmed and Oliver Bredemeyer achieved Oxford University's best ever performance in The National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition at the University of Southampton.

L-R: Oliver Bredemeyer (St John’s College), Kacper Kurzyp (Jesus College) and Rafee Ahmed (Hertford College)

Congratulations are in order to three University of Oxford Medical students, Kacper Kurzyp, Rafee Ahmed and Oliver Bredemeyer, for their strong performance in the pre-clinical category of The National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition (NUNC) 2020 that took place on Saturday 29 February. Oliver Bredemeyer is the pre-clinical runner-up and Rafee Ahmed is a distinction winner.

The NUNC is an annual competition open to all medical students in the UK and Ireland. It first started in 2013, and has since run annually at the University of Southampton. It now attracts over 150 students. The competition has 3 main components: a neuroanatomy spotter examination, a clinically-orientated multiple-choice examination and series of talks from on aspects of neuroscience.

Read the full story on the Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics website

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