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Oxford Metabolic Health (OMH) is an interdepartmental and cross-divisional initiative that brings together researchers across the University with an interest in any aspect of diabetes, endocrinology, nutrition, obesity and metabolism.

All Oxford-based researchers (and those from nearby facilities such as Harwell) at any level of their career are welcome to join the OMH network and participate in our events and contribute ideas. 

We held our successful inaugural symposium on Monday 2 July 2018 in the Richard Doll Building showcasing the breadth and quality of research in the metabolic health area in Oxford, which attracted a large and diverse audience. We were very fortunate to conclude the day of excellent talks from local speakers with an insightful keynote address from Sir Steve O'Rahilly from the University of Cambridge. To read more, go to our events page.