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Professor Kathryn Wood recently took part in an outreach symposium organised by the Oxford International Biomedical Centre (OIBC).

The meeting was held on 4 November 2015 at Deptford Green School in Lewisham, London, and was attended by Year 9 and 10 pupils from six different schools.

The programme, which was entitled 'New body parts for old: stem cells and regenerative medicine', featured speakers from Imperial College (Dr Wei Cui) and King's College London (Dr Ignacio Sancho-Martinez) as well as Professor Wood. The pupils took part in breakout discussion sessions and a general debate was held at the end.

Professor Wood is Professor of Immunology at Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences where she runs the Transplantation Research Immunology Group.

To learn more about the activities of the Oxford International Biomedical Centre, visit the OIBC website.