National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition

The National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition is an annual competition open to all medical students in the UK and Ireland. It consists of three main components: a neuroanatomy spotter exam, a clinically orientated multiple-choice paper and a series of talks on different areas of neuroscience. All delegates sit the same exams but after marking are compared to those in their category. There are two categories depending on which stage you are at in your degree: clinical and pre-clinical. 

Alongside the exciting talks and indulgent refreshments (including lunch and afternoon cheese and wine), there are prizes for the winner and runner-up for both the clinical and pre-clinical category. Other students who also perform exceptionally well will be acknowledged in a distinction category. Coming to the NUNC will also give you the opportunity to demonstrate a commitment to the neurosciences, demonstrate your ability in neuroanatomy, meet and network with like-minded people, and see our exciting collection of neuroanatomical dissections.

Tickets are available now through our website, we look forward to seeing you on the 23rd February!

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