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DUE TO COVID-19, ALL in-person OMLC MEETINGS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. iNSTEAD, we are holding online zoom lectures.

PLEASE CONTACT ROS NICHOLAS (VIA OMA@MEDSCI.OX.AC.UK) IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

Oxford Medical Lecture Club (OMLC) meets monthly at Osler House for a lecture on current clinical work and research developments at Oxford. Previous subjects have included Forensic Psychiatry: a Risky Business, Biomarker driven colorectal cancer treatment, Genetic approaches to therapy for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Alport Syndrome.

Lunch is available from 12.30pm, with the lecture beginning at 1pm and lasting one hour. New members are very welcome.

If you would like to find out more about the Lecture Club, please contact OMA

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UPCOMING LECTURES

Monday 27 September 2021

Immune Response to Viral Infections
Professor Paul Klenerman

Monday 25 October 2021

Virtual Reality for the Treatment of Mental Health
Professor Daniel Freeman

Monday 29 November 2021Professor Sir Simon Wessely

Previous Lectures

Monday 26 July 2021

Malaria Vaccine

Professor Sir Adrian Hill

Monday 28 June 2021

A Cure for Alzheimer's Disease - are we nearly there yet?

Dr Zoi Alexopoulou

Monday 24 May 2021

Vaccinehesitanology: The reproductive concerns

Dr Lisa Webber

Monday 26 April 2021

Memorial Tribute to Professor Peter Sleight 

Monday 29 March 2021

Gene Therapy: A Brave New World

Professor Deborah Gill

Monday 25 January 2021

The first hundred days or should it be daze? Surgery in a time of COVID-19

Professor Neil Mortensen 

Monday 30 November 2020

Apps, wearables and machine learning for the COVID-19 pandemic

Professor Lionel Tarassenko

Monday 26 October 2020

Parkinson's Disease: pathological mechanisms to target discovery

Professor Richard Wade-Martins