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Biological Sciences Society


We are a society for the students who study biological sciences and for those interested them. We run educational and social events including bi-annual balls, Careers Day, many socials and seminars. We also offer several sports teams that compete in the intramural leagues. BioSoc aims to bring together people with similar interests to help everyone get the most out of their university experience. .

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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Biological Sciences Society this year are:

  • Amber Moore
  • Kimberley Burnett
    Publicity Officer
  • Sarah Kelly
    Biochem/biomed/pharmacology education rep
  • Simeon Kent
    Biochem/biomed/pharmacology education rep
  • Rebekah White
  • Harvey Nolan
    Vice President
  • Eve Waddington
    Social Secretary
  • Richard Taylor
    Social Secretary
  • Megan Barnes
    Families Officer
  • Jake Weeks
    Biol/Zoo Education Rep
  • Zoe Davies
    Biol/Zoo Education Rep
  • Alexander Smith-Vidal
    Sports Officer

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