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An exhibition of portraits commissioned to showcase the diversity of staff and past students at Oxford University includes staff from across the Medical Sciences Division

The Full Picture: Oxford in Portraits is held at the Weston Library and features more than 20 paintings, drawings and photographs commissioned earlier this year as part of the University’s Diversifying Portraiture project.

The exhibition features staff from across the Medical Sciences Division, including Professor Dame Valerie Beral (Nuffield Department of Population Health), Professor Dorothy Bishop (Department of Experimental Psychology) and Professor Trish Greenhalgh (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences). 

Find out more (University of Oxford website)

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