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Professor Paul Harrison, Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Head of Department, Governing Body Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford, will be speaking on Saturday 15th September at 11am as part of the Alumni Weekend Oxford on "The ups and downs of Bipolar Disorder".

11am to 12pm

Mathematical Institute, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG

Bipolar disorder is prominent in the media but has been neglected in research. It remains a major source of morbidity and mortality. Professor Harrison will review developments in how bipolar disorder is being conceptualised, and discuss recent advances in understanding its causes and mechanisms.

Free for Medical Sciences Alumni, contact us for discount booking details.


For more information about the Alumni Weekend programme, and how to book the priced tickets, access 
http://www.cvent.com/events/meeting-minds-in-oxford-alumni-weekend-2018/agenda-1b1163bb84aa44bf93906521ce44255f.aspx

For other events of relevance, we recommend on Saturday 15th September, 'The NHS at 70: time for retirement?' taking place from 4 to 5pm at the Mathematical Institute, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG. This event will take place in the form of a panel discussion featuring Sir Andrew Dilnot (St John's, 1978), Warden of Nuffield College, Dame Fiona Caldicott (St Hilda's, 1960), Chair of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and David Holdsworth (St Hugh's, 2000), consultant cardiologist and physician.

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