Events and Reunions
OMA offers alumni events in Oxford and beyond – including reunions, dinners, lectures and networking opportunities. Our lectures attract large audiences from amongst our alumni, academics, clinicians and members of the wider University community. Reunions are open to all University of Oxford medical alumni, and also to those who have studied in the Oxford Clinical Medical School, even if they did not qualify through the Oxford Medical School.
"We loved seeing the newly refurbished Osler House and meeting up with so many old friends. We had a great dinner in Wadham and by the end of the evening we felt as if we'd never left. Thanks again, and looking forward to our next reunion already!"
Reunions are held to mark every 10th anniversary of qualification as a doctor at: 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years out. OMA reunions include your former tutors - and partners are most welcome too.
We look forward to seeing you!
REUNIONS IN 2018
REUNION FOR THOSE QUALIFYING IN 1978, 1998 & 2008
The 10th & 20th & 40th anniversary reunions for those qualifying BM BCh have now taken place. Thank you to all those who attended.
REUNION FOR THOSE QUALIFYING IN 1988
The 30th anniversary reunion for those qualifying BM BCh in 1988 will take place on 13th October 2018 at Balliol College. To book your tickets, please click here.
REUNIONS IN 2019
Reunions will take place for those who qualified in 1979 and 2009. Dates to be announced soon.
REUNION FOR THOSE QUALIFYING IN 1999
The 20th anniversary reunion for those qualifying BM BCh in 1999 will take place on 16th March 2019 at New College. To book your tickets, please click here.
REUNION FOR THOSE QUALIFYING IN 1989
The 30th anniversary reunion for those qualifying BM BCh in 1989 will take place in October 2019. Date to be confirmed soon.
REUNION FOR THOSE ENTERING CLINiCAL MEDICAL SCHOOL IN 1967 and 1968
Friday 7th June at Exeter College. More details to follow soon.
OXFORD MEDICAL LECTURE CLUB
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 ‘Understanding Pain through Advanced Neuroimaging, Oxygen Sensing, Junior Doctor Retention and Medical Care in Prisons. Refreshments are 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.