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Join a conversation on Zoom with three researchers from different University of Oxford medical departments. Ask about what it’s like to undertake research today and how others started their medical journey.

This session and others in the series, aim to highlight the wide range of different careers available in medical research and some of the surprising ways that people have got there.

The event is free and is part of IF Oxford Science + Ideas Festival.


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.


Registration link

Please see the NDORMS website for further information