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SAS presents: How to run a successful reading group by ‘Books on the Broad’

Our Purpose

Ambition  This is a statement that captures the ‘what’: what we are and what we do. Itcontains ambitions that can at some level be monitored and measured, so we can be clear if progress is being made. Although it appears as one sentence, it contains 5 separate ambitions for planning purposes: to be a diverse community  to be an inclusive

Professor Imogen Goold’s Second Gresham Law Lecture, “Your Body Parts and the Law”, now available to watch online


Professor Imogen Goold, Professor of Medical Law, Faculty of Law at University of Oxford and Fellow of St Anne’s College, was appointed Visiting Gresham Professor of Medical Law in 2021. Her second lecture of a three part series is now available to watch online: Your Body Parts and the Law ‘Do we own our own body

Islam, Professor Saiful


Professor Saiful Islam Professorial Fellow and Statutory Chair in Materials Science Email: Social media: Twitter @SaifulChemistry Academic background Saiful grew up in Crouch End, north London and obtained his Chemistry degree and PhD (1988) from University College London (with Richard Catlow FRS), followed by a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Eastman Kodak Labs in New

Oxford Comparative Criticism & Translation Events

Michael Dillon: A Biographical Exhibition

Dillon as a monk [Private Collection of Liz Hodgkinson] Childhood Born Laura Maud in 1915, Dillon grew up in Folkestone with his aunts.  His mother died of sepsis just days after his birth and his father of alcoholism ten years later.  Despite this and the state of semi poverty enforced by the frugality of their

NHS pilot of predictive genetic testing, developed by St Anne’s Honorary Fellow, Professor Sir Peter Donnelly, is under way in GP surgeries in the north of England


A world-first pilot of predictive genetic testing aiming to identify those at high risk of cardiovascular disease is under way in GP surgeries in the north of England. The NHS pilot, called Heart, is offering genetic tests to 1,000 healthy volunteers aged between 45 and 64 years old to give more accurate predictions for their

80th Domus Seminar: Professor Imogen Goold

The Dr Stanley Ho Memorial Lecture by Professor Heidi Rehm: Creating a Global Ecosystem to Support Genomic Medicine