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Young Pharmas 2018

last modified Mar 22, 2018 09:13 AM
Tuesday, 20th March was the culmination of this year's Young Pharmas course which saw Harry Hurst from Long Road win the poster prize...

Tuesday March 20th saw the culmination of the 2018 Young Pharmas course. Students from Hills Road, Long Road and Netherhall 6th form colleges completed 2 evenings of hands on experiments, followed by a 1-day masterclass where they were really able to get to grip with drug-receptor aspects of pharmacology. On the final evening this week, students had to present a poster on some aspect of their work and this year’s winner was Harry Hurst from Long Road - congratulations! Before presentation of the poster prize, students, parents and staff were given an exciting talk by Dr Amy Milton from the Dept. of Psychology about the science of drug addiction, a talk that sparked a lot of questions from the audience.

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