Tuesday, 19 December 2017 11:15am
The sun shone brightly upon thirty-nine Anatomy students as they graduated with their degrees at the weekend. Many of them, along with their friends and family, gathered in the Department beforehand to mark the special occasion.
Head of Department, Professor Neil Gemmell welcomed the students and family attending the ceremony and encouraged them to embrace what is a special day in their lives and the lives of those family, friends and mentors that have guided them along the way. He wished them every success for the new lives and careers they are transitioning to.
Before joining the graduation procession, a few gathered outside the building to commemorate the occasion.
Back row: Bella Grant (PGDipSci Anatomy); Allanah Hartley (BSc(Hons) Neuroscience); India Sawyer (BSc(Hons) Neuroscience); Associate Professor Dorothy Oorschot
Fourth row: Alice Freeman (BSc(Hons) Neuroscience); Samantha Kingsbury BBiomedSc Reproduction Genetics & Development); Victoria Sugrue (BSc Anatomy & Genetics); Maya Barrett (BSc(Hons) Neuroscience)
Third row: Dr Joanna Williams; Megan Elder (PhD);
Second row: Dr Sian Halcrow; Neha Dhavale (PhD); Danielle Jenkins (PhD); Associate Professor Stephen Bunn
Front row: Professor Neil Gemmell with Isla Gemmell-Braisher