17 July 2023
The Lasker Foundation today announced the five winners of its 10th annual Lasker Essay Contest. The winning submissions were selected from hundreds of essays penned by biomedical graduate students and health professions trainees from 25 countries. The winning essayists explored unanticipated ethical issues encountered during their training and strategies used to address them.
1 June 2023
Congratulations to all our Biomedical Sciences students and Medicine students who have been awarded prizes during the 2022-20223 academic year.
12 December 2022
Alexandra Preston, a doctoral student from MRC Human Immunology Unit (MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine), delivered a plenary talk on 11th December at the ASH Meeting and Exposition in New Orleans, Louisiana.
30 November 2022
Researchers from Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Radcliffe Department of Medicine and Nuffield Department of Population Health have been recgonised in The Genetics Society 2023 awards.
24 August 2022
Clinical medical student, Yusuf Ben-Tarifite, has been selected to join the Healthcare Leadership Academy (HLA) Scholars programme - a prestigious scholarship set up to develop and nurture healthcare leaders of the future. After completing a rigorous selection process, Yusuf will be joining the academy’s cohort for the 2022/23 academic year.
27 June 2022
Congratulations to all our Biomedical Sciences students and Medicine students who have been awarded prizes during the 2021-2022 academic year.
9 February 2021
Vignesh Murugesan, a Postdoctoral Researcher in Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics (DPAG), describes how he found his way from the large metropolitan town of Chennai in India to studying regenerative medicine here in Oxford, via an 8 year stint in Sweden.
7 January 2021
We rightly hear a lot about Oxford’s vaccine, Covid-19 research and RECOVERY drug trials, but there are also countless personal stories, which display just how broad Oxford’s response to the pandemic has been. It is the contribution and commitment of many individuals that has enabled Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division to become a global leader.
18 November 2020
Toluwalase Awoyemi, DPhil student in Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health, is recognised with an Africa 35.35 Award - a celebration of the top 35 leading young changemakers under 35 in Africa in 2020.
14 October 2020
Madeleine Oliver is a 5th year medical student, originally from London. Like many other medical students Madeleine volunteered to help out with the fight against COVID-19. She spoke to us about what it’s been like working on the frontline with doctors, nurses and patients at the hospital.