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First Nobel Prize for Oxford Clinical School

Sir Peter Ratcliffe FRCP FRS was awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, sharing it with Dr Gregg Semenza of Johns Hopkins University and Dr William Kaelin of the Dana-Farber Cancer Centre in Boston.

Why you should get involved in public engagement

Each year, the department participates in a number of organised events that help us engage with and connect with our local, and wider, community. Jo Cook, NDS Clinical Research Coordinator and a member of the NDS Outreach Working Group, explains why taking part in outreach activities is so rewarding.

“You’re too nice to be a surgeon”

Why is Athena SWAN important to NDS? In this new blog series, Athena SWAN Coordinator Emily Hotine discusses different topics around gender equality and shares with us all the wonderful gender related work that is happening within the department and across the University.

Yoga and mental health

During Mental Health Awareness Week, NDS Communications and Public Engagement Officer Louise King reflects on the benefits of yoga.

Sir David Weatherall GBE, FRCP, FRS (1933-2018)

Sir Peter J Morris remembers his good friend and colleague, Sir David Weatherall.

70th birthday of the NHS – some personal recollections

The NHS was created in 1948 based on the principle of healthcare provided free at the point of need, a commitment that is as strong today. Sir Peter J Morris shares some of his experiences and engagement with this much loved institution since his first experience with the NHS in 1961.

#LetsCycleIt – 550 miles, 15 Surgeons, 8 Cities, 1 College

NDS DPhil student Miss Katherine Hurst spearheaded and took part in the first ever Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) Travelling Surgical Symposium. Here's what happened on the road...

Blog posts

First Nobel Prize for Oxford Clinical School

Sir Peter Ratcliffe FRCP FRS was awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, sharing it with Dr Gregg Semenza of Johns Hopkins University and Dr William Kaelin of the Dana-Farber Cancer Centre in Boston.

Why you should get involved in public engagement

Each year, the department participates in a number of organised events that help us engage with and connect with our local, and wider, community. Jo Cook, NDS Clinical Research Coordinator and a member of the NDS Outreach Working Group, explains why taking part in outreach activities is so rewarding.

“You’re too nice to be a surgeon”

Why is Athena SWAN important to NDS? In this new blog series, Athena SWAN Coordinator Emily Hotine discusses different topics around gender equality and shares with us all the wonderful gender related work that is happening within the department and across the University.

Yoga and mental health

During Mental Health Awareness Week, NDS Communications and Public Engagement Officer Louise King reflects on the benefits of yoga.

Sir David Weatherall GBE, FRCP, FRS (1933-2018)

Sir Peter J Morris remembers his good friend and colleague, Sir David Weatherall.