Activities and resources for schools and their students
Have you thought of a career in Medical Research?
NDORMS is hosting a series of online talks/conversations with scientists from NDORMS and other University of Oxford Medical Science departments for Y12/13 students. These will be a mix of information about both the scientists careers and their research work with plenty of time for Q&As on either.
These talks are a joint initiative between two departments in the Oxford University Medical Sciences Division (NDORMS and NDS)
Talks will be run as a zoom webinar and each session with three researchers takes 45-60minutes. If you would like to attend the talks please sign up using the links below. A link to the recording of the talks will be posted here after it happens
Wednesday 9th November 4pm
Wednesday 14th December 4pm
Wednesday 12th October 4pm
Part of the IF Oxford Festival of Science and Ideas
Tonia Vincent - How to cure an incurable disease
An academic rheumatologist’s journey!
Sushma Shankar - Transplant surgery and research
Jacqueline Sui - Twists and turns of an immunologist-bioinformatician
After different career twists and turns, I am now a immunologist-bioinformatician postdoc looking at the immune response before and after flu vaccination in healthy adults.
Previous have you thought of a career in medical research Talks
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June 8 2022
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Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS)
NDORMS is a multidisciplinary medical research department within the University of Oxford that brings together researchers, statisticians, engineers, imaging specialists, clinicians and patients in order to undertake the highest quality research in musculoskeletal and inflammatory conditions to deliver new treatments, which improve people's lives.
Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (NDS)
NDS hosts a multidisciplinary team of senior clinical academic surgeons, senior scientists, junior clinicians and scientists in training. We comprise of major surgical specialties, including gastro-intestinal, transplantation, vascular, paediatric, plastic, ear, nose and throat (ENT), neurosurgery, and urology.