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Student-run society for postgraduate students from Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology.

APES aims to hold monthly social events alternating between the four departmental buildings to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for postgraduate students in the Department of Anatomy & Developmental Biology.

APES is also responsible for two sub-committees.

Firstly, we have a symposium committee which organises our annual departmental postgraduate student symposium and lab tours for undergraduate students to encourage careers in medical research.

The second sub committee is the well-being committee where mental health and well-being support activities to help student unwind during their stressful periods are organised. APES aims to continously provide social events for all students, welcome new students and support to everyone.


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