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An Advanced Personalised Therapeutics in Gynaecological Cancers Symposium is taking place at St Hugh’s College on 21 February 2020, to which you are all welcome to attend. Registration is free but only limited spaces are available. To register, please go to: https://forms.gle/T9ZKFF7Ttxctw1HYA This will be a full day meeting with a start of registration at 8.30 am and a close at 6 pm. For a description of the symposium and a list of confirmed speakers, please see this document. The full program of the symposium will be uploaded soon to the registration web page.
Organised by IHTM MSc students, Alice in Typhoidland will provide fun for the family and other curious visitors. Sat 25 Jan, 12-4pm at Blackwell Hall, Weston Library. Join Alice on a journey through the history of early typhoid control and discover how typhoid influenced the design of the water and sewage systems under our feet. Solve the riddle of mysterious typhoid outbreaks in Victorian Oxford, and find out how doctors and engineers controlled typhoid to stop the disease from spreading.
AfOx insaka is a gathering for sharing ideas and knowledge about Africa-focused research with speakers from diverse disciplines. Next insaka on Fri 7 Feb at 5pm, St Cross College Lecture Theatre, with Kate O'Regan and Shadreck Chirikure. The talks will be followed by a drinks reception. Register
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.
The Africa Oxford Initiative is hosting the next insaka on December 6 2019 at St Cross College. Speakers include Professor Helen Fletcher, UK Research and Innovation and Professor Alain Stein, Department of Psychiatry. The talks will be followed by a drinks reception. To register for free, see link above.
Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe will be giving the Haldane Lecture on Thursday 21 November at 4 pm in the Large Lecture Theatre, Sherrington Building, DPAG. Further details can be found at: https://new.talks.ox.ac.uk/talks/id/0a583c95-d492-415d-b395-80c104199b54/ All welcome!
The Symposium will highlight areas of stem cell research with trajectories towards treatments of diseases including metabolic and genetic skin disorders, neurodegeneration, musculoskeletal disease, heart failure and cancer, taking place 17-18 September 2019 at St John's College, Oxford.
A 5-day course is aimed at participants with a basic understanding of infectious disease modelling and an aptitude for the R programming language. On completion participants will be able to write and analyse the dynamics of a simple mathematical model and use it to consider cost and intervention scenarios. The course is held at St Anne’s College, Oxford, 23-27 September 2019.
Are you an academic interested in finding out how your knowledge can be used to solve industry challenges? Would you like to widen your network? Meet potential collaborators / future employees? Gain insights into relevant funding schemes? If you answer YES to any of the above, now is the time to register for the AIMday in Antimicrobial Resistance, taking place on Thursday 4 July 2019 at the Blavatnik School of Government.
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