International Women’s Day Event
Guest speaker Clara Barker with other inspirational women from NDORMS
Botnar Department Equality and diversity Events For Staff General Staff and students
Friday, 08 March 2019, 10am to 12pm
Hosted by Maria Granell Moreno
As part of International Women's Day, we are hosting a panel discussion with inspirational women. Please join us to celebrate all staff who work towards gender equality. All staff and students are invited; because “Better the Balance, Better the world”.
The discussion will be Introduced by Head of Department, Professor Andy Carr and chaired by Maria Granell Moreno
Dr Clara Barker
Dr Clara Barker manages the Centre for Applied Superconductivity, in the Materials Department at Oxford University, following a PhD and various post-docs as a thin-film material scientist. She is the vice chair of the LGBT+ advisory group to OxUni and won the first VC Diversity Role Model Award from the University in 2018.
She runs a youth group for LGBTI+ people and for her volunteer work, she won a Points of Light Award from the UK Prime Minister in 2017. She also gave a TEDx talk in December 2018.
Dr Jennifer De Beyer
At the EQUATOR Network in CSM, I get to help researchers communicate their fantastic work to their peers in the most effective way possible! I trained in laboratory research, then worked in academic editing. Now I spend half my time elbow-deep in proposals and manuscripts and the other half training early-career researchers in academic writing skills. It’s my perfect balance of science and words, plus we’re helping people!
Dr Laura Coates
Dr Laura Coates is a principal investigator running clinical research studies and treatment trials in psoriatic arthritis at the Botnar Research Centre. She had two children during her research career and has worked part time since 2011. She trained predominantly in Leeds but has also worked for a year in the USA and moved to Oxford in 2017.
Professor Sallie Lamb
Professor Sallie Lamb is the Director for Centre for Statistics in Medicine and Foundation Director, Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit (OCTRU) and Director of the Centre for Rehabilitation Research in Oxford. She has a long standing interest in clinical trials, medical statistics and, from a clinical perspective, rehabilitation of musculo-skeletal and chronic conditions in older people. Professor Lamb is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences, Royal Statistical Society, and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK).
Kari Shah is a DPhil student at NDORMS. Prior to this, she was a Junior Doctor in Oxford. Kari grew up in a small town in Kenya, but as a teenager decided she needed a change and attended an all-girls’ school in the UK. She is a Guest Blogger for the Medical Women’s Federation, and is the only woman in her family to have a career.
As Head of Administration I work with the Head of Department on all aspects of policy, strategic planning, development, growth and sustainability whilst enabling the administrative team to provide the services, resources, advice and information required for the Department's effective operation and growth.
Tea, coffee and cake will be provided. If you are planning to attend, please let Maria know.
Date: 8 March, 10:00-12:00
Venue: G54-38 Botnar