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OMH runs meetings and other events to help researchers share expertise and knowledge, with the aim of encouraging new interactions and collaborations. This includes the OMH Annual Symposium and events run by the OMH Researchers' Association.
Research across the OMH network covers a wide range of basic and translational activities aimed at tackling important research questions. The portfolio of research across OMH can be divided into 12 major themes, with each research group spanning several themes.
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This University of Oxford small grants scheme provides funds for researchers to develop, deliver and evaluate Public Engagement with Research projects and activities.
Oxford-MRC DTP students have access to the following unique events:
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Hanlin Zhang is a Postdoctoral Researcher based in the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology (NDORMS). He was awarded an Oxford-Elysium Fellowship in 2017. He discusses his experience of the Fellowship and his research below.
The welcome event is a part of the induction for Oxford-MRC DTP students. It provides useful information about the DTP and an opportunity to network with peers, steering group members and with previous partnership cohorts.
Diamond Light Source Ltd and MRC Harwell Institute are the University's partners where Oxford students can undertake some of the most cutting edge medical research. A day long introductory visit to both facilities promotes partners' specific work and highlights potential interactions and training opportunities that may be of use to the student’s research. Becoming familiar with the breadth of carried out research has potential to also inspire future project ideas.
Oxford MRC-DTP symposia provide opportunities for Medical Research Council funded students to network and present their research to peers.