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Congratulations to the 2016 MPH Prize Winners

Every year, the Imperial College Master of Public Health course awards prizes for the best dissertations and best overall performance on the course. This year's prize winners' were:

MPH General Stream Prize Winners
Faculty of Medicine Dean’s Prize for highest grade: Emmanuella Ikem
School of Public Health Prize for Best Dissertation: AlJohara Al Saud and Soyoung Kwak

MPH Global Health Stream Prize Winners
Faculty of Medicine Dean’s Prize for highest grade: Jessica Morris
School of Public Health Prize for Best Dissertation: Jessica Morris


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