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Student Societies

The Neuroscience Society

Consists of approximately 60 members, mostly Neuroscience undergraduates, with a few PhD students, as well as some physiology/biochemical students.

In the past we have also organised a social events, including the Neuro-Anatomy Ball at the Post House Hotel, and a Halloween Party. The function is basically to get like-minded people together, on an academic and social basis.

The Biomedical Society

The Biomedical Society is a social society which aims to provide opportunity for undergraduates, postgraduates and staff to mix socially. We put on events such as cheese and wine evenings, pub quizzes, pub crawls and a spring ball.

The Microbiology Society

Weekly lectures will be held in the Beverton Lecture theatre on Tuesdays from 5:10 pm.


With over eighty members, we cater for the plant and animal enthusiasts, those into environmental issues & conservation and people who are simply fascinated by the natural development of our planet. The society comprises mainly of undergraduates, but we also have graduate and doctoral student members. We organise speakers in the above topics, environmental trips and 'Wild' social events.

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The Anatomical Sciences Society

"The society has been formed for a number of years and acts to represent the students enrolled on the 'Anatomical Science' degree scheme, which has an average year count of around 15 people.

The society acts mainly as a social society, and hopes to organise some small social events soon.

The Physiological Society

Formed in 2009, the School of Bioscience’s newest student society already has over 60 members, ranging from Physiology, Biomedical Sciences and Neuroscience undergraduate and postgraduate students.

We have close links with the internationally renowned Physiological Society based in London, providing careers advice to students wishing to pursue a career in physiology, or physiology-based disciples. We also organise socials from ‘Cowboys and Indians’ to our soon-to-be annual Physiology Christmas meal, which allows students and staff to mix socially.

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