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OMH Annual Symposia

2018 

The inaugural symposium, held on Monday 2 July in the Richard Doll Building, highlighted Oxford research in many fields including diabetes, obesity, digital health and the interface between the immune system and metabolism. Speakers included Cecilia Lindgren (BDI), James McCullagh (Chemistry), Damian Tyler (DPAG) and Fiona Powrie (Kennedy Institute), and we were delighted to welcome Sir Steve O'Rahilly (MRL, Cambridge) as keynote speaker. Click here to download the 2018 programme. 

2019

The second symposium, held on Monday 1 July at the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, covered different areas including circadian physiology, integrative metabolomics, cancer metabolism, big data analysis in metabolism and health research, and diet and metabolic health. Speakers included David Ray (OCDEM), Aiden Doherty (BDI), Simon Lord (Oncology) and Angela Russell (Chemistry). John O'Neill (LMB, Cambridge) presented an excellent keynote talk at the end of the afternoon. Click here to download the 2019 programme. Novo Nordisk provided generous sponsorship for the meeting.

Both events brought researchers together from most of the Medical Sciences Division departments, some Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division departments, MRC Harwell, and the Novo Nordisk Research Centre Oxford for an informative and enjoyable day of talks, poster sessions and networking.  

OMH Researchers' Association

DPAG was the venue for a lively launch event of the Association in February 2019 open to researchers from across the OMH community. Eighteen researchers from the University and MRC Harwell introduced themselves and their work in a lightning talk using a single slide each to capture key points. There were as many researchers attending who came along to listen to the talks rather than speak. We ended the afternoon with refreshments in the Sherrington Library.

The Researchers' Association ran a successful and well-attended Seahorse workshop in May 2019 on 'Measuring Metabolic Engines and Fuels' organised with Agilent Technologies.