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Green Templeton College | Oxford

Harriet BrownHarriet Brown, a final year clinical medical student at Green Templeton College, has been awarded the Meakins McClaren Medal 2017. This prize was endowed by Professor Jonathan Meakins, formerly professor of surgery, and his wife Dr Jacqueline Mcclaran, in 2007. It is awarded annually to the final year Oxford student achieving the highest performance across the three years of the clinical course.

Harriet Brown did her undergraduate degree in Cambridge before completing a PhD in computational neurosciences at UCL. She joined Green Templeton College in 2014 to complete her clinical training. She has really appreciated the support offered to medical students at Green Templeton, including excellent teaching organised by Dr Laurence Leaver, comprehensive library facilities and accessible financial support for academic training and conferences.

Harriet is staying in Oxford for foundation training, and she is doing an Academic Foundation. She hopes to continue to contribute to academic life at the College through teaching, as she works towards her goal of becoming an academic psychiatrist.

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