University Events

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European Melioidosis Congress

European Melioidosis Congress

Posted 30/10/2017

The European Melioidosis Congress, which is to be based at Lady Margaret Hall College, will open on the evening of Monday 19th March 2018 and end after lunch on Wednesday 21st March. The Congress will bring together clinicians and researchers to discuss the latest developments in the microbiology, diagnosis and treatment of the pathogen Burkholderia pseudomallei. There will also be opportunities for researchers to present their work through posters or presentations.

Medicine Quality & Public Health Conference, Oxford 2018

Medicine Quality & Public Health Conference, Oxford 2018

Posted 03/10/2017

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.  Registration opens February 2018 but you can pre-register your interest here.

High Profile Seminar: Antimalarial Drug Resistance

High Profile Seminar: Antimalarial Drug Resistance

Posted 31/10/2017

Date for your diary: high-profile seminar by Professor Sir Nick White, on November 14th at 12noon in the NDMRB Basement seminar room. Lunch provided

Neuroinflammation Meeting

Neuroinflammation Meeting

Posted 06/10/2017

An afternoon of talks from groups across the University of Oxford, including NDM, working at the fascinating interface between immunology and neuroscience to be held at the Richard Doll Building on 30 October 2017 13.00 to 18.00.  Register here.

Crossing Boundaries 3: Conference on Global Health Systems

Crossing Boundaries 3: Conference on Global Health Systems

Posted 25/08/2017

A conference to showcase Oxford's multidisciplinary research informing health system strengthening in low and middle income countries (LMICs) in partnership with the Oxford Health Systems Collaboration and the Medical and Social Sciences Division, to be held at the Said Business School, Oxford on 7 December 2017.  Registration closes on 18 October at 5 pm.

Essential Guide to Grant Applications

Essential Guide to Grant Applications

Posted 10/08/2017

Are you thinking of applying for a research grant - National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) or other national, competitive, peer reviewed funding?   NIHR Research Design Service (RDS) South Central (SC),will be hosting an interactive, innovative and free to attend, three-day masterclass, from 11-13 October 2017 at the Richard Doll Building, Old Road Campus.  Details on how to register can be found here.

Curiosity Carnival - European Researchers' Night

Curiosity Carnival - European Researchers' Night

Posted 04/08/2017

The Curiosity Carnival on Friday 29 September is a chance to find out what research is really all about, meet researchers, ask questions and discover how research affects and changes all our lives.  Oxford’s Curiosity Carnival 2017 will also join hundreds of other European cities in celebrating European Researchers’ Night

The Future of Science Symposium organised by the Dunn School Graduate Student Association

The Future of Science Symposium organised by the Dunn School Graduate Student Association

Posted 07/09/2017
The Future of Science Symposium will offer big ideas and a forum for discussion on topics ranging from the future of research and funding, to innovation, science policy and publishing. The event will take place on Thursday, 28 September 2017, at the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre and different speakers will present their views on the future of science and the science of the future.  Register here for a ticket.
A Symposium to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Ludwig Institute

A Symposium to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Ludwig Institute

Posted 30/06/2017

The Ludwig Institute of Cancer Research in Oxford is marking its 10 year anniversary with a two-day symposium at Keble College Oxford on 11  and 12 September 2017 to share highlights of world-leading research from international Ludwig Cancer Research colleagues and the Oxford community.  Session topics include cancer therapies, gene regulation, epigenetics, immunology, metabolism and genome instability. Limited free registration for University staff and students.

Oxford IBD Masterclass 2017  Personalised care in IBD: the interface between science and practice

Oxford IBD Masterclass 2017 Personalised care in IBD: the interface between science and practice

Posted 21/06/2017

The hugely popular and prestigious Oxford Masterclass will return to the historical setting of the Examination Schools, Oxford University, for its 44th year. This year we shall be joining forces with the Centre for Personalised Medicine, to focus on personalised care in IBD. The meeting will be co-chaired by Professor Simon Leedham and Professor Simon Travis and will run across 2 days: Monday 11th September and Tuesday 12th September.  Register here to attend this year’s Oxford Master Class.

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