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St Anne’s Medicine student, Minahil Mujahid, wins both a Wronker Prize and the Gibbs Prize in Final Honours School


We are delighted to announce that Minahil Mujahid (Medicine, 2017) has been awarded two prestigious prizes. Minahil was awarded the Wronker Prize in Pharmacology, for meritorious performance in a research project on a pharmacological topic, for her project: The Effect of Isoliquiritigenin on the hERG Potassium Channel. She was also awarded the Gibbs Prize (FHS Medical

Bursary End of Year Report

We hope that your bursary has helped you during your time at St Anne’s College. We rely on the philanthropic support of our alumnae and donors to help us fund our bursary programmes across St Anne’s. As you would imagine our donors are always very interested to understand what the funding has meant to you

The Development Team

Who we are The Development Team at St Anne’s is always delighted to hear from alumnae and friends, whether you would like to pay a visit to College, make use of your alumnae dining privileges, change your communications preferences, make a donation to one of our funds, or simply have a chat about your time

Picnic In The Park With St Anne’s


St Anne’s Fellow, Professor Patrick McGuinness, awarded prestigious “Encore” prize for his second novel


We are delighted to announce that Professor Patrick McGuinness, St Anne’s Fellow and Tutor in French and Comparative Literature, has won the Royal Society of Literature’s prestigious “Encore” award for his second novel, Throw Me To The Wolves (Jonathan Cape). This is the 30th year of the award. Patrick’s first novel The Last Hundred Days was longlisted

St Anne’s academics, Dr Ben Harris & Professor David Harris, awarded Vice Chancellor’s Education Awards for Project Work


We are delighted to announce that  two St Anne’s academics have been part of a which have been awarded Vice Chancellor’s Education Awards for 2020. The winning project, SmashMedicine and SmashInitiative, was led by Biochemistry Lecturer Dr Ben Harris, with Professor David Harris also a part of the project team. SmashMedicine is an evidence-based educational

St Anne’s Fellow leads development of risk prediction model for more tailored COVID-19 shielding advice


St Anne’s College Fellow, Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox, is leading the development of  a new data-driven risk prediction model which will help Clinicians and GPs be able to better identify patients who are at a higher risk of serious illness from SARS-CoV-2 infection Find out more here.

John G. Winant Departmental Lecturer in American Government & Politics

John G. Winant Departmental Lecturer in American Government & Politics This is a one-year appointment for teaching and researching the government and politics of the United States since 1900. The appointee will be involved in teaching and supporting undergraduates and postgraduates across a range of topics, and will be encouraged in their own research. We

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