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  • Divisional Leadership and Coordination

    26 November 2014

    Leading and coordinating the Division's interactions with internal and external bodies

  • Information Technology

    26 November 2014

    Providing a comprehensive range of Information Technology services and support

  • Oxford Medical Alumni

    26 November 2014

    We provide a focus for alumni of the Medical Sciences Division at the University of Oxford

  • Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School (OUCAGS)

    26 November 2014

    Providing career support to doctors in training interested in combining clinical training with research

  • Communications, Public Engagement and Web

    26 November 2014

    We work with researchers, staff, students and central services to facilitate communications and public engagement activities

  • Development Office

    25 April 2016

    The role of the University’s Development Office is to generate philanthropic support for the University

  • Strategic Planning and Projects

    4 November 2014

    Leading the Division’s strategic planning activities and supporting the delivering of projects across the Division both capital and non-capital

  • Educational Strategy and Quality Assurance

    26 November 2014

    Policy development and implementation, quality assurance and operations across the Division’s educational provision

  • Finance

    26 November 2014

    We provide technical financial support for departments and the Divisional Office

  • Bodleian Libraries

    26 November 2014

    Your gateway to the information resources and services available to support learning, teaching and research

  • Right place, right time: a closer look at DNA folding

    18 June 2017

    Your body is made up of trillions of cells, all with the exact same DNA code to make you, you. But all our cells have different jobs – red blood cells deliver oxygen around the body, stomach cells break up your food and heart cells keep you going. So how can the same set of instructions lead to such different roles? And what impact do mistakes in these instructions have on human health? In this blog, Caz Harrold explains the science that underpins our Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition stand.