Biomedical Sciences

Teaching excellence awarded

Winners of the 2014 EUSA Teaching Awards, which recognise positive contribution to student learning, have been announced.

The School did very well in this year's EUSA Teaching Awards, winning three categories and one runner-up at the awards ceremony on Wednesday, 23 April.

  • Best Research or Dissertation Supervisor

Winner: Dr Samantha Griffiths (Division of Pathway Medicine)

  • Supporting Students' Learning Award

Winner:Tracy Noden (School of Biomedical Sciences)

  • Peer Support Award

Winners: Alice Cezanne & Emma Butcher (Biomedical Society)

  • Kendell Award for Teaching in Medicine

Runner-up: Dr Paul Kelly (School of Biomedical Sciences)