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Here you can find out more about some of the exciting public engagement projects that the Department has participated in.
Explore in greater detail the history of physiology, anatomy and genetics at Oxford.
Medicine has been taught at the University of Oxford for at least eight centuries, producing a succession of famous figures and landmarks in research and learning. Whilst the Department in its current form is only just over a decade old, physiology and anatomy have played an important role in the history of medicine at Oxford since the beginning.
Following his appointment to the Directorship of Oxford's Institute for Developmental and Regenerative Medicine (IDRM), DPAG's Professor Paul Riley gave a special interview outlining plans for the IDRM going forward, why its work is so critical and what the major challenges will be in the months and years ahead.
Wanda came to DPAG in July 2020, joining us after running the Finance team at the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences. As Senior Research and Finance Manager, she is responsible for bringing the Finance and Research Administration teams together into a cohesive and streamlined unit and overseeing the department’s financial and research strategy. Interview on 1 October 2020.
Annual public event on dementia research and related work taking place in Oxford
Photos from our public engagement events.
Lydia joined DPAG in August 2016, first starting as an Administration Assistant in the Research Administration Team, joining us from the National Trust where she had worked in a variety of roles. As Research Administration Officer now, she is responsible for maintaining a portfolio of grants to support DPAG's research groups and contributes to the development of new processes that are adopted University-wide. Interview on Wednesday 29 April.
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