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Saturday 6th| NEUROANATOMY REVISION CRASH COURSE & OSCE PREP.
G4, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus
5:30 – 7pm
Save the date!
*****Please note that this event is open only to KCL students*****
We will be holding an interactive neuroanatomy crash course at Hodgkin General Classroom, Guy’s Campus (10am – 3pm) taught by three experts from King’s College London:
Dr John Pizzey
Dr Clemens Kiecker
Dr Marian Huett
The taught content will be especially useful for those in 2nd year BSc Neuroscience taking the Neuroscience Neuroanatomy Spot exam
The crash course will also be followed by an OSCE Medical Prep session (3-6pm). So both Biosciences and Medic students are welcome
Official schedule and OSCE speaker and room TBC
Wednesday 10th| KCL NEUROSOC AGM 2019
Hodgkin General Classroom, Hodgkin Building, Guy’s Campus
10am – 6pm
It has been such an incredible, successful academic year! Thank you all for your support at our conference and all the talks and workshops. We hope you all enjoyed attending as much as we did hosting these events for you
But it’s now your turn!
Our committee are saying goodbye to their current positions to allow other passionate students to take over and bring KCL NeuroSoc to another level
If you love all things Neuroscience, enjoyed our events, and would like to make them even bigger and better – or if you have new ideas you’d like to implement to get more people involved and passionate in the field of Neuroscience and within KCL – apply now for a role on the NeuroSoc 2019-20 committee!
A committee role with us would also be a great way to meet new people, enhance and learn new skills, and improve your CV
Just tell us in 250 words maximum through the Google form below why you’d be perfect for your chosen role(s) by outlining your experiences, motivations, and ideas for the society
https://goo.gl/forms/HKUAn1PhdxEM4QEr1 (Deadline: Sunday 7th April at 11:59pm)
And come to the AGM on Wednesday 10th April!
The committee roles descriptions are in the discussion section
We look forward to hearing from you!
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