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Open Day: Exploring Research
Friday 24 May @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Please note that our live stream will start at approximately 1.15pm on Friday 24 May.
Join us for a day of demonstrations, tours, talks, and discussion about world-class medical research in Oxford.
To book your place on a tour or talk visit oxbrcopenday2019.eventbrite.co.uk.
11.30am – 12.00pm, Tour of Acute Vascular Imaging Centre (limited spaces, booking required)
12.00pm – 5.00pm, Exhibition, Tingewick Hall
12.30pm – 1.00pm, Keynote speeches, Tingewick Hall
Professor Helen McShane, Oxford BRC Director
Professor Meghana Pandit, Chief Medical Officer at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Sir Jonathan Montgomery, Chair of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
1.15pm – 2.15pm, Panel discussion: Artificial Intelligence: How to Ensure it Benefits Patients?, Lecture Theatre 2
Professor Lionel Tarassenko (Chair), Oxford BRC Technology & Digital Health Theme Lead
Professor Chris Holmes, Professor of Biostatistics at the Department of Statistics and Nuffield Department of Medicine
Dr Fred Kemp, Deputy Head of Licensing & Ventures, Life Sciences at Oxford University Innovation
Dr Angeliki Kerasidou, Researcher in Global Health Ethics at the Ethox Centre
Dr Nick Scott-Ram, Director at the Oxford Martin School and VP Strategic and Commercial Development at Sensyne Health
2.30pm – 3.10pm, Public talk: Breakthroughs in Asthma Treatment, Lecture Theatre 2
Professor Ian Pavord, Oxford BRC Respiratory Theme Lead
3.20pm – 4.00pm, Public talk: Stopping the Spread of a Superfungus in Intensive Care, Lecture Theatre 2
Dr David Eyre, Robertson Fellow in Infectious Diseases at Nuffield Department of Medicine
Dr Katie Jeffery, Consultant in Microbiology at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
For more information please contact email@example.com or call 01865 743341. For directions to the John Radcliffe Hospital and a site map, please visit the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust website.