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Medicine Quality & Public Health Conference, Oxford 2018

Medicine Quality & Public Health Conference, Oxford 2018

Posted 28/05/2018

The inaugural MQPH 2018 Conference will take place at Keble College, Oxford from 23 – 28 September 2018, and will bring together people from a diversity of sectors. There has never been an opportunity for the diverse stakeholders involved in medicine quality and drug regulation to come together before – within the framework of a specific academic conference – to share ideas and expertise, and to outline the coordinated steps that need to be taken to tackle the problem on an international scale. Please submit your abstract by 1 June 2018. 

Oxford Senior Executive Programme in Global Health

Oxford Senior Executive Programme in Global Health

Posted 16/05/2018

The Oxford Senior Executive Programme in Global Health aims to provide participants with cutting edge research updates delivered by world-renowned researchers in the field of global health. 3 - 9 September 2018 at Exeter College.  The programme will be structured with discussions around the opportunities for and challenges in generating relevant evidence, synthesizing existing evidence, using evidence to inform policy, implementing complex interventions and evaluating such interventions

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Rob van der Pluijm: Tracking artemisinin resistance

In the falciparum malaria parasite cycle, the gametocyte stages are responsible for the transmission from person to mosquito, then to other persons. A better understanding of how gametocytes respond to malaria treatments would help us block transmission and ultimately eliminate malaria.

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Professor Rose McGready awarded Alumni Award for Service to Humanity

Professor Rose McGready awarded Alumni Award for Service to Humanity

Posted 19/06/2018

ASTMH nominated Professor Rose McGready, SMRU Deputy Director, as an Honorary International Fellow. Rose received the prestigious award in recognition of outstanding accomplishment by an “individual not an American citizen who has made eminent contributions to some phase of tropical medicine and hygiene”.

NDM Researcher gets £1m boost to study immunology of asthma

NDM Researcher gets £1m boost to study immunology of asthma

Posted 14/06/2018
Dr Tim Hinks has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Career Development Fellowship. The funding that comes with the award will allow Dr Hinks, who is also supported by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, to establish his own research group and purchase the necessary equipment and research reagents.  Tim is a Senior Clinical Researcher in the Experimental Medicine Division and in the NIHR Oxford BRC’s Respiratory Theme.

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Development and validation of response markers to predict survival and pleurodesis success in patients with malignant pleural effusion (PROMISE): a multicohort analysis

Development and validation of response markers to predict survival and pleurodesis success in patients with malignant pleural effusion (PROMISE): a multicohort analysis

Posted 18/06/2018

The prevalence of malignant pleural effusion is increasing worldwide, but prognostic biomarkers to plan treatment and to understand the underlying mechanisms of disease progression remain unidentified. The PROMISE study was designed with the objectives to discover, validate, and prospectively assess biomarkers of survival and pleurodesis response in malignant pleural effusion and build a score that predicts survival.

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Medical Grand Rounds

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The Medical Grand Rounds will return Michaelmas Term 2018

 

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