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A series of online talks/conversations with scientists from NDS, NDORMS and other University of Oxford Medical Science departments for Y12/13 students.


Jolet Mimpen 

Even when I was at school I was intrigued by how drugs and medicines work so I took a chance and applied for a brand new degree course in Pharmaceutical sciences. Since then I have been encouraged to take chances and that has helped lead me to where I am today researching Osteoarthritis drugs.

Dimitrios Koutoukidis 

I am a dietitian and my research focuses on testing how behavioural science can change dietary intake and improve outcomes for patients with obesity-related diseases. 

James Dunford

A reflection on a career in academic research when you love practical work in the lab, including the career paths that can open up by making connections with people and the trials of trying to write grant applications to fund your research.  


Registration link for the talk

Please see the NDORMS website for further information