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Our annual Thomas Willis Day celebrates the work of our Department over the previous year.

Three-minute thesis competition

This year, instead of our usual student poster session, we ran a three-minute thesis competition. This format lent itself particularly well to the online format via Zoom. Students volunteered to take part in a competition which was judged by their peers, resulting in two DPhil students from each year group presenting on the day:

Lecture

Many thanks to Professor Nancy Kanwisher from MIT, who delivered our guest lecture: 'Functional Imaging of the Human Brain: A Window into the Architecture of the Mind'. 

Departmental Prizes

Congratulations to our prize winners:

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