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The Medical Sciences Division DPhil Day is a student-organised symposium which aims to proudly showcase the varied and excellent biomedical and clinical research being carried out within the Medical Sciences Division.

This event is a showcase of the excellent research being carried out by students of the University of Oxford and is a great opportunity to present your research to a friendly audience.

Furthermore, our keynote speaker Professor Eleanor Riley will be talking about her work on understanding cellular and molecular aspects of immunity during infection, with a particular interest in Malaria.

Registration and event information can be found here:

If you require further information don't hesitate to contact the Medical Sciences Division DPhil Day Committee at or via our facebook event

The Medical Sciences Division DPhil Day Committee are: Norbert Volkmar, Alice Stelfox, Agata Antepowicz, Kento Kawai, Francesca Donnellan, Xiaopeng Fu, Kc Park, and Brittany Chao.