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100 years since women were admitted as full members of the University of Oxford, women now hold vital posts at all levels of this institution. Meet six amazing women from DPAG.

Dan Li, Eboni Bucknor, Jennifer Spencer, Sally Vine, Samira Lakhal-Littleton and Vicky Ball with 100 Women of Oxford MedSci Logo
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Two DPAG pioneers honoured on Sherrington Building Plaques

Honouring the heritage of pioneering physiologists Sir Charles Sherrington and Florence Buchanan. "Commemorating both pioneers together highlights the importance of advocacy and mentoring that was evident over a century ago as equality was championed." (David Paterson)

Just over half of British Indians would take COVID vaccine

University of Oxford researchers from the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics (DPAG) and the Department of Psychiatry, in collaboration with The 1928 Institute, have published a major new study on the impact of COVID-19 on the UK’s largest BME population.