Oxford Medical Alumni
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40th Reunion for those qualifying in 1973 - Friday 20th September 2013
This reunion is for people who studied at the Oxford Medical School qualifying BM BCh(Oxon) in or around 1973, including those who did their clinical years in Oxford qualifying MB BChir through the University of Cambridge.
20th Reunion for those qualifying in 1993 - Saturday 5th October 2013
"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!"
Big data’ in medicine is an emerging field with the potential to revolutionise healthcare research and offer Patients better, Safer and More personalised treatments. In modern society, very large sets of medical data are now routinely collected, including through electronic patient records, DNA sequencing and treatment monitoring, but storing and analysing such vast quantities of data is not straightforward. This session will look at how Oxford is addressing some of these research opportuniies and challenges.
Primary Care Medical Research in the Community: Your health in your hands Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.
Tour of the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Wear and Tear: DNA damage and the hallmarks of cancer Dr Martin Christlieb , Department of Oncology
Information about your next reunion can be found HERE
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.