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The Oxford Annual Disability Lecture will be held online on 24th May 2021 at 18:00 and will be presented by Dr Hamied Haroon, a neuroscientist from the University of Manchester.

He is the founder and Chair of the National Association of Disabled Staff networks and is himself disabled. He will discuss the intersections of disability, science and academia and will share his story and experiences, from being a disabled student to becoming a disabled staff member and scientific researcher in a system not designed for those like him. This is a free event and all are welcome. The lecture will be live captioned.

The Zoom joining details will be sent to you nearer to the event. If you would like to submit questions for the speakers please use the Q&A in Zoom.

More information, and how to book.

Disability lecture 2021 (PDF)