5 March 2020
The annual lecture is held in honour of one of the great physiologists of the last century, Marianne Fillenz. Fillenz was a devoted and much loved University Demonstrator in the Laboratory of Physiology and her lab was positioned at the forefront of the application of measuring chemicals that could be detected directly at the electrode.
24 February 2020
The annual lecture is held in honour of the pioneering physiologist and clinical pathologist, Mabel Purefoy FitzGerald.
7 November 2019
"A Year of Progress" was held in the Sherrington Library on Wednesday 6 November 2019.
31 October 2019
The GL Brown Prize Lecture series from The Physiological Society is aimed at an early career audience to stimulate an interest in physiology.
17 October 2019
Congratulations are in order to Matthew Kerr, Andia Redpath, Susann Bruche, KC Park and Minahil Mujahid for their achievements at this major showcase for Oxford's British Heart Foundation funded Researchers.
16 October 2019
The annual lecture given this year by a world leading stem cell scientist is held in honour of John Burdon-Sanderson, the University of Oxford's first Waynflete Professor of Physiology, after whom the Cardiac Centre is named.
18 July 2019
UNIQ is open to students studying in their first year of further education, who are based at UK state schools or colleges. The Summer School provides an opportunity for students to receive first-hand experience of life at university, meet like-minded people and gain a deeper understanding of a subject that interests them.
Cardiac, metabolism and cell physiology researchers come together for Integrative Physiology Theme Day
3 July 2019
The Department's third and final theme day of the year culminated in a series of exciting internal talks from a diverse range of research groups covering all aspects of integrative physiology. From diabetes to iron deficiency, from pH physiology to cancer cells, the talks showcased the huge breadth of science studied across DPAG.
26 June 2019
The Department hosted a special public understanding of science lecture, the Sherrington Prize Lecture, delivered by Dr Jennifer Doudna FRS on Tuesday 25 June. Dr Doudna outlined research into CRISPR-cas9 gene editing to a captivated audience including graduate students and local sixth form Biology students.
7 June 2019
A series of internal talks demonstrated an extensive breadth of research within the Development and Cell Biology Theme that tackles the questions fundamental to understanding evolution, growth, organ formation, the onset of disease and tissue regeneration. DPAG Researchers were also joined by two external speakers presenting their research into age-related angiocrine signals and stem cell strategies for lung development.
6 June 2019
The talks given by Postdoctoral Research Scientists and Graduate Students highlighted the full range of research in DPAG, spanning molecular and cellular neuroscience all the way to systems neuroscience.
Cortex Club celebrates 10 years of student-run talks and discussions for Oxford's neuroscience community
9 May 2019
On Tuesday 7 May 2019, the Oxford University Cortex Club celebrated its 10th birthday with its founders, past and current members here at DPAG. The event marked a decade of successful student-run neuroscience events ranging from intense Q&A sessions to talks from world-leading scientists.
26 April 2019
The annual lecture is held in honour of Sir Charles Sherrington, former Waynflete Professor of Physiology and Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Laureate, who coined the word "synapse."
Watch Kay Davies explore the latest promising genetic approaches for the diagnosis and treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
15 April 2019
Event video for the Croonian Lecture 2019, delivered by Professor Dame Kay Davies on Wednesday 10 April 2019 at The Royal Society.
Srinivas Group members enhance public understanding of embryo development with virtual reality at local school festival
2 April 2019
Three members of the Srinivas Group attended Cheney School's Iris Festival of Natural History, Classics, Art and More, bringing a stall of virtual reality and 3D printed models of embryos to engage students and the general public with how they study embryogenesis and heart development.