Come along to Oxford Town Hall and meet Oxford's Women in Science, Engineering and Maths societies, speak with inspiring women from our industry partners (including local spinouts) and find out more about the many University support networks available. Enjoy some drinks and nibbles whilst you listen to informative Soap Box style talks that will raise your awareness and understanding of the rich ecosystem of opportunities for women in STEM at Oxford. Registration is free, please click here. Tuesday 21 January, from 6-8pm. Oxford Town Hall, St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BX.
On Monday 27 January 2020, Early Career Researchers interested in finding out how The Conversation can help you raise the profile of your research and engage with the wider public are invited to a reception to celebrate Oxford's 4 year membership of The Conversation. There are only 12 places please reserve your place as soon as possible. The event will take place at Luke's Chapel, Ratcliffe Observatory Quarter, 17.15 - 18.45.
Professor Chas Bountra is interested in identifying and validating target proteins for drug discovery. Various technologies and strategies have allowed him to progress promising clinical candidates into Phase I, II, III studies, and to market. These new drugs offer novel treatments for neurodegenerative and gastrointestinal diseases, as well as pain disorders.
Each year, the Nuffield Department of Medicine awards prizes to its graduate research students for various achievements, including success in terms of discoveries and published work, significant achievements in establishing infrastructure, success in strongly collaborative projects, and involvement in public engagement and other departmental activities. 2019 marks 100 of the DPhil programme ...
United Nations sustainable development goals aim for the elimination of viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030, leading to efforts to upscale the availability and accessibility of hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccination, diagnosis, and treatment globally. Philippa Matthews and co-researchers set out to investigate how HBV is understood and described in communities in Uganda, and whether there is evidence of potential stigma.
Prof Robin Cleveland, Prof David Cranston and Prof Constantin CoussiosView upcoming medical grand rounds