In the Videos category, the first prize was won by Judy Sayers, Department of Physiology with her video: The cardiac conduction system and coronary arteries. See Kudoboard video G.
The second prize went to Dheeraj Prakaash from the Syma Khalid Lab, with his video: Amino Acids in action. See Kudoboard Video E.
Finally, the third prize was awarded to Divya Choudhary, from Stephan Uphoff Lab. Her video titled: Bacterial armies against stressful immune attach. See Kudoboard video B.
Speaking about the competition, Professor Barr said: "The standard of entries was incredibly high, and it was inspiring to see the creativity and scientific rigor demonstrated by everyone who took part. It's a fitting celebration of the Department's centenary, and I'm proud to see the diversity of scientific talent on display."
The winners were awarded their prizes at a special ceremony, and their images and videos will be exhibited in the Department of Biochemistry for the next few months. The competition has not only highlighted the exceptional talent within the Department and Medical Sciences Division, but also the importance of scientific imaging in the study of biochemistry.