Terry Hart prizes awarded at Wolfson Research Event

Mohammad Mofatteh and Jane Clarke, photo by Nathan Pitt

Congratulations to all the students who offered presentations and posters at the Wolfson Research Event last Friday. Despite the cold weather, there was a good turnout at the event and we enjoyed the presentations, the keynote speakers and the conversations that ensued after the event. Here are the winners of the 2018 Terry Hart Prizes. 

Best Oral Presentation:

In the Right Place at the Right Time: mRNA Trafficking in the Fly Brain Development (Mohammad Mofatteh)

Runner Ups: Tie between:
Brain Inflammation: A Key Player in the Progression of Parkinson's Disease? (Antonina Kouli)
Bilingual Cognition and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Is There a Bilingual Effect on the Appearance of Traits? (Curtis Sharma)

Best Posters:

Yoshimoto Banana: Importing Japanese Literature in Europe (Jade Heyman)

Runner up:
Why Formative Learning Can Be a Remedy for Improving Students' Learning Situation in China? (Yuchun Zhong)