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The Nuffield Department of Medicine (NDM) is a large multi-disciplinary Department that links high quality basic biological science with medical application.
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AfOx Feb 10
As always, our next insaka on March 6 will bring 2 speakers from completely diverse disciplines. Prof will talk about growing up with HIV in Africa & Prof will talk about the responsibility of African intellectuals. Register now:
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NDM Oxford Feb 10
NDM'S Jenner Institute to begin novel coronavirus vaccine research | University of Oxford
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catherine williams Feb 5
For radio choice while slicing preserved terrapin brains, famous for their hypoxia tolerance when alive, no choice better than The Life Scientific - 2019 Nobel Prize winner for Physiology or Medicine, Sir Peter Ratcliffe -
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Big Data Institute Feb 3
Come join the Oxford Big Data Institute! Post doc available for statistical machine learning on Multiple Sclerosis, as part of a Oxford-Novartis Collaboration for AI in Medicine. 2 year posts extendable to 3 yrs. Apply now 👉
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MRC WIMM Feb 3
Many congratulations to Prof Anne Goriely and Prof Alison Simmons, both of which have secured Investigator Awards! Find out more about how these awards will support their research on our website
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University of Oxford Careers Service Jan 28
Looking to stay in over the summer or after you graduate? The OX and Start-Ups Fair brings together employers from across Oxfordshire, all with vacancies for full-time or ! 🗓️ 12 Feb, 16:30-18:00 📍 The H B Allen Centre, OX2 6NN
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Tropical Medicine Ox Jan 28
Coronavirus outbreak knowledge hub
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IVVN Jan 17
Job vacancy: in to work on development at in Oxford, UK. Applications close on 31 January 2020, so apply now. More details here:
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NIHR Oxford BRC Jan 14
Can we eliminate in 10 years? Watch our most recent public talk by of NDM to find out if this global goal is achievable
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NDM Oxford Jan 10
Check out "Launch event of the Statistical Genetics Initiative in Oxford"
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NDM Oxford Jan 9
Three Minute Thesis Competition! 3 Minutes, 1 Slide…..Your Thesis in just 3 minutes with the aid of a single slide?
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Medical Sciences Jan 3
Congratulations to Professor Karen Louise Barker and Professor Bee Wee who were recognised in the 2020 New Year's Honours list for services to healthcare and end of life care (respectively) 🏅🏅🎉🎉
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Ludwig Cancer Dec 19
Post-doc position available in chemical epigenetics as part of Chunxiao Song’s lab at Ludwig . Apply by Jan 13.
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Medical Sciences Dec 17
EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS: You are invited to a reception to celebrate 's 4 yr membership of There are just 5 MSD places left, so if you are interested, book your place today! 🗓️ Mon 27 Jan, 5.15pm 📍 St Lukes Chapel, ROQ 👉
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Medical Sciences Dec 18
🎅🎄 On our 6th day of Christmas brings to you... 6️⃣ VC Public Engagement with Research Awards 🏆 Congratulations Read about the winning projects:
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NDM Oxford Dec 17
Jobs and vacancies | University of Oxford
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NDM Oxford Dec 17
Oxford University awarded €56 million in European Research Council funding | University of Oxford
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The Nobel Prize Dec 12
Watch the very moment the 2019 Medicine Laureates - William Kaelin, Sir Peter Ratcliffe and Gregg Semenza - collected their medals and diplomas earlier this week. Congratulations!
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Arturo Reyes Dec 11
The road towards development of a Typhoid vaccine
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Novartis UK Dec 6
is helping scientists spot patterns in data that wouldn't be seen by the naked eye! 👁️ Want to know what impact this could have on patient outcomes? At the start of the year we partnered with to explore the potential of AI. explains
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