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As part of International Women's Day, we are hosting a panel of amazing women who will be sharing their stories about their professional lives during the pandemic. They'll be sharing experiences navigating their careers in science and research in the pandemic and how the pandemic has impacted them. All Oxford University staff and students are invited.


Guest speaker
Clara Prats

Dr Clara Prats: Clara Prats holds a degree in Physics from the University of Barcelona and a PhD in Applied Physics and Simulation in Science from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). She is currently an Associate Professor at the UPC, researcher in the group of Computational Biology and Complex Systems (BIOCOM-SC) and responsible of computational models at the Centre for Comparative Medicine and Bioimaging of the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute (IGTP). Her research focuses on the use of computational modelling for the study of infectious diseases, mainly tuberculosis and COVID-19.


Women from NDORMS

Cushla Cooper

Clinical operational lead

MSc, RN Cushla Cooper - Clinical Operational Lead

Irene Yang

Dphil candidate

Mariana Borsa

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Mariana Borsa - Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow

The discussion will be Introduced by Professor Fiona Powrie and chaired by Maria Granell-Moreno.

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