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Chris Norbury

Deputy Director of Pre-Clinical Studies

Coordinator for Admissions (Medicine)

I am the academic in charge of the central co-ordination of the admission process for undergraduate entry to the Oxford Medical School.

Deputy Director of Pre-clinical Studies

Together with the Director of Pre-clinical Studies (Dr Robert Wilkins), I have responsibility for organisation and delivery of the three year degree course that forms the first three years of the standard six year Oxford medical course.

My research, based at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, concerns post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression, and particularly how this is altered in cancer cells.

I am the Kingsland Fellow in Medical Sciences at The Queen's College where I look after the preclinical medical and biomedical sciences students as well as graduate students in these areas.

I teach across the pre-clinical years in a range of subjects including biochemistry, medical genetics, pathology and molecular medicine and was appointed Deputy Director of Preclinical Studies in 2016.