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Members of NDCN were successful in two categories of these awards, which celebrate the digital at the University of Oxford

Nicola Barclay, Simon Kyle, Colin Espie, Christopher-James Harvey and Sumathi Sekaran were joint runners up for 'The Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine' in the category 'Innovative teaching and learning with technology'.

Holly Bridge and Jacqueline Pumphrey were runners up for their contribution to 'Brain Diaries' in the public engagement category.

Hilary Edgcombe got an honourable mention for her work on the LIFE project, also in the public engagement category.

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