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St Anne’s academics, Dr Ben Harris & Professor David Harris, awarded Vice Chancellor’s Education Awards for Project Work


We are delighted to announce that  two St Anne’s academics have been part of a which have been awarded Vice Chancellor’s Education Awards for 2020. The winning project, SmashMedicine and SmashInitiative, was led by Biochemistry Lecturer Dr Ben Harris, with Professor David Harris also a part of the project team. SmashMedicine is an evidence-based educational

St Anne’s Fellow leads development of risk prediction model for more tailored COVID-19 shielding advice


St Anne’s College Fellow, Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox, is leading the development of  a new data-driven risk prediction model which will help Clinicians and GPs be able to better identify patients who are at a higher risk of serious illness from SARS-CoV-2 infection Find out more here.

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Professor Sally Shuttleworth secures prestigious social sciences award with support from TORCH


Congratulations to Professor Sally Shuttleworth, whose forthcoming project, Contagion Cabaret for Covid, has secured a social sciences award. Humanities and medical researchers are collaborating with Chipping Norton Theatre and the Oxford Spires Academy to produce a theatrical film of drama, discussion, and disease for the COVID-19 era. Based on the successful Contagion Cabaret, which originally toured to venues including the British Academy and the Science

Year 12 North East Personal Statement Workshop Series

Year 12 North East Personal Statement Workshops In collaboration with the North East Consortium of Oxford Colleges (Christ Church, St Anne’s and Trinity) we will be offering a series of online workshops to support university applications (in particular for competitive universities and Oxbridge). If you are in Year 12, from a state school in the

New video from the Hydrogen Embrittlement of Steels Project, to which three St Anne’s academics contributed


The Hydrogen Embrittlement of Steels (HEMS) project was a consortium funded by the English Physical Science Research Council to study the damage caused to steels by exposure to hydrogen. Upon exposure to hydrogen steels demonstrate a dramatic decrease in their tensile strength and instead of bending and stretching, the steel “cracks” in a brittle fashion.

St Anne’s Virtual Quiz

Live talk and Q&A – An alternative history of Shakespeare’s blank verse