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Engage, Explore, Discover: Join our researchers around town! 

Interested in medical research? Want to find out what it's like to be a scientist? Or what life in the lab really entails? 

Then please join our researchers from across the University of Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division at one of the following events and have your questions answered....

Brain Diaries: Modern Neuroscience in Action

Fri 10 Mar 2017 - Mon 1 jan 2018 - Brain Diaries

An exhibition and series of events revealing how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about the lifelong development of our brains, from birth to the end of life. A partnership with Oxford Neuroscience.

Exhibition

Throughout your life, your brain undergoes extraordinary changes, and makes you the person you are. This exhibition reveals how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about our brains, from birth to the end of life.

Fri 10 Mar 2017 - Mon 1 Jan 2018, Museum of Natural History

Find more information on the Brain Diaries website

Events

See full details of the Brain Diaries events on Oxford Talks.

All other events

thu 30 march - fri 16 jun - Insight: An Art and Science Exhibition 

The Structural Genomics Consortium and the Arts University of Bournemouth present ‘Insight: an Art and Science Exhibition’ at the Radcliffe Science Library, showing work arising from an ongoing collaborative partnership between the AUB and the SGC. The collaboration makes a valuable contribution in creating a dialogue between art and science, and in bridging the gap between two forms of knowledge – scientific and aesthetic.

The exhibition opens with a launch event from 5pm – 7pm on the 30th March including refreshments at the Radcliffe Science Library. Free entry, all welcome.

Further information 

Thu 18 May - Free Public Talk: Clinical Trials and Public Involvement in Medical Research

Karen Barker, Associate Professor in Physiotherapy, University of Oxford will talk about how studies into exercise are providing insights into bone health.

Cushla Cooper, Research Manager, Surgical Intervention Trials Unit, University of Oxford will explain how patients and the public have worked with the University to design clinical trials. From children’s fingernail injuries to broken legs in adults, patients provide valuable insight into how researchers design and manage research into new surgical techniques.

6.15pm-7.30pm, Lecture Theatre 1, John Radcliffe Academic, Headington, OX3 9DU

Further information and booking