Oxford Medical Alumni
50th Reunion on Friday 13th December 2013 at Oriel College
We are looking forward to meeting so many of you again at this reunion for those who qualified on this day in 1963, including those who did their
clinical years in London, qualifying through the Oxford Medical School. We are very grateful to Drs Eric Sidebottom and Giles Stevenson for their enormous help with this reunion. More information? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about your next reunion can be found HERE
"We loved meeting up with so many old friends. We had a great dinner and by the end of the evening we felt as if we'd never left. Thanks again, and looking forward to the next reunion already!"
2014 Oxford Medical Alumni Scientific Meeting - Neuroscience 10 May 2014
There will be a lunch and an opportunity to participate in the Oxford history walk.
The Weatherall Lecture will be given by Professor Irene Tracey, Nuffield Professor of Anaesthetic Science, University of Oxford
Talks will be given by distinguished clinical and research staff working in the field of neuroscience in Oxford.
More information will be posted in the next few weeks
Oxford is the rated as the Best Medical School by Students
Results published earlier this week by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), show that the University of Oxford’s Medical School is the highest rated UK medical school in terms of student satisfaction.Final year students on all degree courses, across all UK Higher Education institutions, were asked to complete HEFCE’s National Student Survey. In the survey, 99% of Oxford medical students answered ‘agree’ or ‘definitely agree’ to the question “Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of the course.” Additionally, 88% of these students answered this question with ‘definitely agree’: by far the highest proportion in any UK medical school. More...
Oxford has again been ranked top in medicine in the world...
In the subject-specific rankings, Oxford came first for 'clinical, pre-clinical and health'. Oxford's Medical Sciences Division is one of the largest biomedical research centres in Europe, with over 2,500 people involved in research and more than 2,800 students, and is at the forefront of medical research. It has one of the largest clinical trial portfolios in the UK and great expertise in taking discoveries from the laboratory into the clinic. Partnerships with the local NHS Trusts enable patients to benefit from close links between medical research and healthcare delivery...MORE
If you studied medicine at Oxford University, if you teach, or have taught medical students at Oxford, or if you have worked in medicine at Oxford University then you can apply to join OMA.