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1 Meet the Advisory Board Episode 1 In the first episode of the Meet the Advisory Board Series we talked to Dr Magdalena Skipper to find out about her remarkable career in academia, science publishing and her views on personalised medicine. Magdalena Skipper 31 Mar 2021
2 Leading and teaching Evidence-Based Health Care Professor Kamal Mahtani and David Nunan interview Professor Paul Glasziou, Director of the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare at Bond University, about his experience of leadership and his work in capacity building through teaching and supervision. Kamal Mahtani, David Nunan, Paul Glasziou 18 Mar 2021
3 The challenge of anti-microbial resistance In conversation with Chris Dye, Sally Davies will explore the major challenge of anti-microbial resistance and discuss whether people’s greater appreciation of medical risk due to the pandemic will help the development of effective countermeasures. Dame Sally Davies, Chris Dye 15 Mar 2021
4 February 2021 with special guest Dr Rachna Begh Jamie Hartmann-Boyce and Nicola Lindson discuss emerging evidence in e-cigarette research and interview Dr Rachna Begh. Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, Nicola Lindson, Rachna Begh 24 Feb 2021
5 Protein structure and AI: the excitement about the recent advance made by Google DeepMind’s AlphaFold Programme Why is it important to understand the 3-D structures of protein, why are they difficult to construct, and what is the nature of AlphaFold’s advance? Why is this so exciting and what further advances in medicine and the other biosciences may result? Yvonne Jones, Phil Biggin, Charles Godfray 18 Feb 2021
6 The Queen's Access Podcast: Episode 10 - Medicine Kyla Thomas, Queen’s JCR Access and Outreach Rep, talks to Beinn Khulusi, Annie Roberts and Bethan Storey about applying for Medicine at Oxford and what it's like to study Medicine at Queen's. Kyla Thomas, Beinn Khulusi, Annie Roberts, Bethan Storey 18 Feb 2021
7 Book at Lunchtime: The Political Life of an Epidemic – Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship in Zimbabwe TORCH Book at Lunchtime webinar on The Political Life of an Epidemic – Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship in Zimbabwe written by Professor Simukai Chigudu. Simukai Chigudu, Sloan Mahone, Jon Schubert, Wes Williams 04 Feb 2021
8 January 2021 with special guest Professor Jasjit Ahluwalia Jamie & Nicola review 4 new studies & interview Prof Jasjit Ahluwalia. Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, Nicola Lindson, Jasjit Ahluwalia 28 Jan 2021
9 Coronavirus and ‘Disease X’ Professor Peter Millican interviews the Oxford scientists working at the forefront of research into Disease X Peter Millican, Sarah Gilbert, Peter Horby, Jimmy Whitworth 14 Jan 2021
10 Ebola Professor Peter Millican begins the final episode of this series in 2014, at the onset of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Peter Millican, Kevin Decock, Katie Ewer, Brian Angus 14 Jan 2021
11 HIV/AIDS In the ninth episode of our History of Pandemics season, Professor Peter Millican leaves the perils of influenza behind, only to discover an entirely new virus: HIV. Peter Millican, Harold Jaffe, John Frater, Kevin Decock 14 Jan 2021
12 The 'Spanish' Flu Professor Peter Millican arrives in the twentieth century, during the last years of the Great War, to a pandemic which you may have read a lot about during the early coverage of our current COVID outbreak. Peter Millican, John Oxford, Brian Angus, Claas Kirchhelle 14 Jan 2021
13 'Russian' Flu: the pandemic that wasn't? In this episode, Professor Peter Millican discusses a controversial outbreak... Peter Millican, Julia Mannherz, Claas Kirchhelle, Brian Angus 14 Jan 2021
14 Cholera Professor Peter Millican makes it to the nineteenth century to discuss the achievements of John Snow Peter Millican, Claas Kirchhelle, Brian Angus, Blanche Oguti 14 Jan 2021
15 Interview with John Ledingham, professor of clinical medicine and former Director of Clinical Studies, University of Oxford Peggy Frith interviews John Ledingham, focusing on five themes: the growth and then success of the Oxford Medical School, Ledingham's two appointments as Director of Clinical Studies, women in medicine, and reflections on what makes a good doctor. Peggy Frith, John Ledingham, Rosie Fitzherbert Jones 05 Nov 2020
16 St Antony's Looks At the World - Ep 7: Dr Thierry Malleret For Episode 7, we are joined by Dr Thierry Malleret (SAM 1991-2), founder and principal author of the Monthly Barometer - www.monthlybarometer.com/. Thierry Malleret 18 Sep 2020
17 Interview with Susan Burge (part 4), consultant dermatologist and former Director of Clinical Studies, University of Oxford Final part of the interview with Susan Burge, where she discusses teaching dermatology nationally, women and working part time in medicine, and reflects on her medical career. Susan Burge, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
18 Interview with Susan Burge (part 3), consultant dermatologist and former Director of Clinical Studies, University of Oxford Continuing from episode 15, Burge talks about dermatology treatment in Oxford and her time as Director of Clinical Studies, 1999-2002. Susan Burge, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
19 Interview with Susan Burge (part 2), consultant dermatologist and former Director of Clinical Studies, University of Oxford Continuing from episode 14, Burge discusses her time as a consultant at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, and lupus research. Susan Burge, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
20 Interview with Susan Burge, consultant dermatologist and former Director of Clinical Studies, University of Oxford Derek Hockaday interviews Susan Burge. Burge recounts her journey into Dermatology, the transformation of Oxford dermatology and her pre-clinical and clinical years. Susan Burge, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
21 Interview with Joan Trowell, consultant physycian and former Deputy Director of Clinical studies, University of Oxford Derek Hockaday interviews Joan Trowell. Topics include comparisons between her time at the Royal Free, Hammersmith and Oxford, liver research, her roles at the General Medical Council and the work of the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund. Joan Trowell, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
22 Interview with Chris Winearls (part 2), consultant nephrologist and Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford Continuing from episode 11, Winearls talks about advice given to final year medical students. Chris Winearls, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
23 Interview with Chris Winearls, consultant nephrologist and Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford Derek Hockaday interviews Chris Winearls. Winearls recounts coming to England from South Africa, his DPhil in transplantation, working at the Oxford Kidney Unit and discusses the importance of pathology to renal work. Chris Winearls, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
24 Interview with Michael Tunbridge, former Director of Postgraduate Medical Education and Training, University of Oxford Derek Hockaday interviews Michael Tunbridge. Tunbridge recounts his medical career and compares Northampton, Reading, London and Newcastle with Oxford as locations for clinical training, as well as reflecting on changes in medical education as a whole. Michael Tunbridge, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
25 Interview with Keith Hawton, consultant psychiatrist and professor of Psychiatry, University of Oxford Derek Hockaday interviews Keith Hawton. Hawton recalls his journey into medicine through experimental psychology, the psychiatric training scheme, his MD topic on self harm and suicide research at the Barnes unit and the clinical tutoring of Psychiatry. Keith Hawton, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
26 Interview with Chris Adams (part 3) senior neurosurgeon Carrying on from episode 7, Adams recalls the building of the new John Radcliffe, work on clotting and sub-retinal haemorrhages, work on the spine and his OxDONS Syndrome: the inevitable disease of the NHS reforms paper. Chris Adams, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
27 Interview with Chris Adams (part 2) senior neurosurgeon Carrying on from episode 6, Chris Adams recalls time as a senior house officer. Chris Adams, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
28 Interview with Chris Adams, senior neurosurgeon Derek Hockaday interviews Chris Adams, who recalls how and why he came to Oxford and the Radcliffe Infirmary. Chris Adams, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
29 Interview with Hywel Jones (part 2), consultant geriatrician Carrying on from episode 4, Jones discusses the progress of clinical medicine in the last thirty years Hywel Jones, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
30 Interview with Hywel Jones, consultant geriatrician Derek Hockaday interviews Hywel Jones. Jones discusses multidisciplinary teams in managing care, cottage hospitals, consultancy in Oxford and the development of the level 4 ward at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Hywel Jones, Derek Hockaday 16 Sep 2020
31 Interview with Richard Boyd, Emeritus Professor, lecturer in Medicine and fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford Derek Hockaday interviews Richard Boyd. Boyd discusses the Oxford Medical School, medical education in general, comparisons of Dundee Medical School and University College Hospital with Oxford and changes to the pre-clinical courses in Oxford. Richard Boyd, Derek Hockaday 15 Sep 2020
32 Interview with George Alberti, research endocrinologist and former President of the Royal College of Physicians Derek Hockaday interviews George Alberti. Alberti talks about the Coolidge scholarship and time in the United States, his DPhil project at Hans Krebs' lab relating to amino acid metabolism in mitochondria, his diabetes research and clinical biochemistry. George Alberti, Derek Hockaday 15 Sep 2020
33 Interview with John Spalding, former consultant and research neurologist for Oxford United Hospitals John Oxbury interviews John Spalding. Spalding recounts being a house surgeon for Hugh Cairns at the Radcliffe Infirmary during the second world war, the East Radcliffe ventilator and time in Morocco to advise on a paralysis epidemic with Honor Smith. John Spalding, John Oxbury 15 Sep 2020
34 Cinematic Translations: Visualising the Invisible Path of Contagion Marta Arnaldi (Oxford) talks with Kirsten Ostherr (Rice) in another episode of Translating Illness. Marta Arnaldi, Kirsten Ostherr 26 Aug 2020
35 Masks, Vaccine and Cure: Translating Medical Evidence During and After the Pandemic Marta Arnaldi (Oxford) presents another Translating COVID-19 video conversation, with Eivind Engebretsen (Oslo). Marta Arnaldi, Eivind Engebretsen 02 Jul 2020
36 Cluster-Randomised Test Negative Designs: Inference and Application to Vector Trials to Eliminate Dengue Nick Jewell, University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health, gives a talk for the departmental of Statistics on 28th May 2020. Nick Jewell 10 Jun 2020
37 Medicine and Physiology in the Age of Dynamics Medicine and Physiology in the Age of Dynamics: Newton Abraham Lecture 2020 Alan Garfinkel 02 Apr 2020
38 Effective learning from serious incidents Dr Helen Higham delivers a talk on the human factors approach to incident analysis. Helen Higham 11 Feb 2020
39 Image Consciousness in the Emergency Department - Developing and Evaluating Novel Radiological Pathways and Technologies in the Acute Healthcare Setting A brief portfolio of four distinct projects - scaphoid injuries, blunt chest trauma in the elderly, acute gallstone disease, and a mobile x-ray machine with embedded AI technology. Alex Novak, Lois Brand, Phil Hormbrey 22 Jan 2020
40 Cases of complicated surgery for 'high-risk' prostate cancer Professor Shin Egawa delivers the Burdette Lecture with striking array of high-risk salvage surgery for prostate cancer and bladder cancer. Shin Egawa 13 Jan 2020
41 Creative Commons Facing the future with our eyes wide open: What does the future hold for (cardiac) surgery that will change the way we practice? Many of the things that will be in this talk may never happen, some of them will happen and some of them are already happening. How they will evolve and to what extent, and how all of these things will blend into one future will be interesting to explore. George Krasopoulos 10 Jan 2020
42 Creative Commons Using research to change paradigms in diagnosing and managing early prostate cancer Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam provides an overview of the big questions in prostate cancer. Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam 06 Jan 2020
43 Creative Commons Small intestinal neuroendocrine tumours - surgery and science in Cambridge Mr Simon Buczacki presents his clinical and scientific data on small intestinal neuroendocrine tumours. Simon Buczacki 16 Dec 2019
44 Creative Commons Implementation of Robot Assisted Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy (RAMIE) Professor Richard van Hillegersberg shares his experience with robotic esophagectomy over the years. Richard van Hillegersberg 16 Dec 2019
45 Creative Commons Nano comes to life: how nanotechnology is transforming medicine and the future of biology n this book talk, Professor Sonia Contera will talk about how Nanotechnology is transforming medicine and the future of biology. Sonia Contera 06 Dec 2019
46 Organ preservation research in Oxford: an update The talk focusses on kidney preservation with Mr Simon Knight talking about some of the clinical research that has been done, while Mr James Hunter discusses their translational and lab research. Simon Knight, James Hunter 22 Nov 2019
47 Oxford University Global Surgery Group: female genital mutilation Dr Anita Makins discusses 'Female genital mutilation (FGM): a global perspective', and Dr Katy Newell-Jones presents ‘Medicalisation of female genital cutting: decision making dilemmas and competing priorities’. Anita Makins, Katy Newell-Jones 22 Nov 2019
48 Knowledge Exchange Showcase - Understanding Postgraduate Medical Ethics Education Andrew Papanikitas Primary Care Health Sciences and John Spicer Health Education England give a talk on their Knowledge Exchange research project on teaching ethics to medical students. Andrew Papanikitas, John Spicer 15 Jul 2019
49 Creative Commons Getting to the heart of cardiac disease: a multi-disciplinary effort to image the heart in 3D Discover how researchers are using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to acquire images that show how the heart works on both a whole organ and cellular level. With Dr Kerstin Timm and Dr Justin Lau. Kerstin Timm, Justin Lau 12 Jun 2019
50 Creative Commons The BMJ's open data campaign Fiona Godlee, Editor in Chief of The BMJ, gives a talk for the EBHC podcast series Fiona Godlee 13 May 2019
51 Creative Commons Innovations to improve outcome and patient safety in low and middle income countries Ms Sarah Kessler discusses and shows clips from ‘The Checklist Effect’, the award-winning documentary inspired by the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist. Shafi Ahmed, Sarah Kessler 01 May 2019
52 Creative Commons Brain tumour surgery – awake and novel imaging Mr Plaha talks about where brain tumour surgery was 5 years ago, shares where we are now with the changing philosophy and management of brain tumours, including new surgery technical advances – minimally invasive endoscopic surgery and awake craniotomy. Puneet Plaha 26 Apr 2019
53 The Future of Treating Genetic MND Professor Kevin Talbot, University of Oxford, gives the fifth and final talk in the day's event, looking at the future of genetic MND and what the future holds for it. Kevin Talbot 17 Apr 2019
54 Early Genetic Trials in MND: The Sheffield SOD1 Experience Professor Christopher McDermott, University of Sheffield, gives the fourth talk in the day's event, and, along with Dani Baird, a person living with MND and a participant in the SOD1 trial, discuss her experieces in the trial. Christopher McDermott, Dani 17 Apr 2019
55 The Value of Online Shared Experiences Professor Louise Locock and Jade Howard, Univesity of Aberdeen, give the third talk in the day's event, looking at patient's experiences of motor neuron disease and how patients and families share their experiences online Louise Locock, Jade Howard 17 Apr 2019
56 Getting Tested: Experience from the Genetic Clinic Professor Anneke Lucassen, University of Southampton, gives the second talk fo the day, looking at her research and experience from studying the genetics related to MND Anneke Lucassen 17 Apr 2019
57 What are the Issues in Familial MND? Professor Martin Turner, University of Oxford, gives an introduction to the conference, and outlines some of the research his group has been doing on understanding familial MND and how they can treat it. Martin Turner 17 Apr 2019
58 Creative Commons OUCAGS and clinical academic training in the UK Professor Chris Pugh gives a talk on clinical academic training and the role OUCAGS (Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School) plays. Chris Pugh 17 Apr 2019
59 Creative Commons Gastrointestinal (GI) haemorrhage Dr Raman Uberoi talks about interventional radiology and gastrointestinal haemorrhage. Raman Uberoi 12 Apr 2019
60 Creative Commons Using evidence to overcome fake news about healthcare Professor Carl Heneghan has extensive experience of working with the media. In this talk he will discuss some recent case examples, working with the BBC amongst others. Carl Heneghan 09 Apr 2019
61 Size matters a tous les temps, a tous les peuples Dr. Martyn Sene is Deputy CEO of the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), here, he gives an introduction to the importance of measurement and metrology (the science of measurement). Martyn Sene 03 Apr 2019
62 Creative Commons Communication in Healthcare: A Failure in Need of Rescue? Professor Amir Ghaferi discusses the current state of communication in healthcare and in particular surgery. Is there a failure in need of rescue? Amir Ghaferi 03 Apr 2019
63 The role of network meta-analysis in the evaluation of antidepressants for depression Andrea Cipriani is NIHR Research Professor at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at the NHS Foundation Trust in Oxford. Andrea Cipriani 26 Mar 2019
64 Personalised external aortic root support: the Oxford experience Miss Renata Greco talks about personalised external aortic root support and in particular the Oxford experience with this technique. Renata Greco 08 Mar 2019
65 Creative Commons Cricket to clinic via the lab Professor Giles Toogood talks about his background which combined sport and surgery, and discusses the advances in hepatobiliary. Giles Toogood 19 Feb 2019
66 Creative Commons How war is shaping the Ukrainian HIV epidemic: A phylogeographic analysis An Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health seminar presented by Tetyana Vasylyeva (Department of Zoology, University of Oxford) on 24 October 2018 Tetyana Vasylyeva 31 Jan 2019
67 Machine perfusion – a new dawn or optimistic hyperbole? Professor Peter Friend, Dr David Nasralla and Dr Carlo Ceresa discuss liver transplantation and why they are replacing conventional cold storage in an ice box with normothermic automated, transportable liver preservation. Peter Friend, David Nasralla, Carlo Ceresa 28 Jan 2019
68 Creative Commons Genes, Hands, Nerves, and Brains Professor Dominic Furniss and Dr Akira Wiberg discuss the tremendous connection we have between the hand and the brain, focusing their talk on Dupuytren's Disease and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Dominic Furniss, Akira Wiberg 21 Jan 2019
69 Creative Commons Achieving the Holy-Grail: The Humanising Healthcare Methodology Mr Hamish Dibley, a senior management consultant, explores a new and refreshing approach to how we understand and improve healthcare systems. Hamish Dibley 16 Jan 2019
70 Creative Commons Effect of metformin on breast cancer metabolism Dr Simon Lord presents a clinical study to understand the effect of metformin - one of the most commonly prescribed treatments worldwide for diabetes - on breast cancer metabolism. Simon Lord 16 Jan 2019
71 Selection bias in cluster randomised controlled trials Professor David Torgerson, Director of the York Trials Unit, gives a talk for the Evidence Based Healthcare podcast series. David Torgerson 07 Jan 2019
72 The application of realist approaches at the research/policy/practice interface: NICE work if you can do it Professor Mike Kelly, Primary Care Unit, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Cambridge Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge, gives a talk for the Evidence Based Healthcare seminar series. Mike Kelly 12 Dec 2018
73 Is AI good for our health? Join our host, philosopher Peter Millican, as he explores the topic "Is AI good for our health?" Peter Millican, Alison Noble, Paul Leeson, Jessica Morley 02 Nov 2018
74 Can antibiotics make you pregnant? Dr Jeffrey Aronson gives a talk for the Evidence Based Healthcare series. Jeffrey Aronson 29 Oct 2018
75 History of evidence synthesis Professor Mike Clarke gives a talk for the Evidence Based Healthcare series. Mike Clarke 29 Oct 2018
76 Medicine and Art Professor David Cranston takes us on a little trip through art and medicine using illustrations of works that portray the changing role of medicine in society. David Cranston 28 Aug 2018
77 The shifting evidence paradigm – from literature to data Carol Lefebvre gives a talk for the Evidence based healthcare seminar series. Carol Lefebvre 26 Jun 2018
78 Siamon Gordon Georgina Ferry interviews Siamon Gordon. Siamon Gordon FRS is Professor Emeritus of Cellular Pathology in the Dunn School. Siamon Gordon 04 Jun 2018
79 Creative Commons Prostate cancer genomic surgery: A shifting paradigm In the first half, Dr Alastair Lamb discusses the problem with prostate cancer and what it is that needs to be addressed, his previous research and future plans for research. Alastair Lamb 30 Apr 2018
80 The Replication Crisis in Biomedicine. What (kind of) crisis? Professor Alexander Bird, Professor of Philosophy and Medicine, King's College London, gives a talk for the Centre for Evidenced Based Medicine. Alexander Bird 11 Apr 2018
81 Ebola: A biosocial journey The inaugural Geoffrey Harrison Prize Lecture delivered in Oxford on 3 November 2017 by Melissa Parker, Professor of Medical Anthropology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Melissa Parker 27 Mar 2018
82 Creative Commons Safe surgery in Africa: Exploring barriers and trialling interventions Professor Peter McCulloch and Dr Tinashe Chandauka talk about improving surgery in Africa and designing a surgical safety education programme. Peter McCulloch, Tinashe Chandauka 14 Mar 2018
83 Creative Commons How to ask the right questions: Lessons learned in 30 years of research Professor Wytske Fokkens (Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam) talks about how to ask yourself the right questions, which is the most important thing that she has learned in her 30-year research career. Wytske Fokkens 05 Mar 2018
84 Real versus rubbish EBM: do you know the difference? A light hearted account of being treated by the 'wrong' guideline - with a serious conclusion about making sure this doesn’t happen. Trish Greenhalgh 02 Mar 2018
85 Creative Commons Upper GI Surgery Dr John Findlay (Oxford University) presents 'Heavy Petting in Oesophago-gastric Cancer’ and Mr Nick Maynard (Oxford University) presents ‘How Much Should we Tell the Public About Outcomes from Oesophagectomy?’ Nick Maynard, John Findlay 28 Feb 2018
86 Creative Commons Laparoscopic aortic surgery: Credible or just plain crazy? Mr Dominic PJ Howard talks about the current management and Oxford research on aortic disease, and the endovascular revolution. Mr Adam Howard discusses the exciting area of laparoscopic aortic surgery and where that is placed in this field. Dominic PJ Howard, Adam Howard 20 Feb 2018
87 Lincoln Leads in Medicine Lincoln's medical breakthroughs: The past, present and future. Eric Sidebottom, David Vaux, Mustafa Aydogan, Francesca Donnellan 22 Jan 2018
88 Importance of statistical power for cumulative science Richard Morey (Cardiff University) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Richard Morey 08 Dec 2017
89 Making student projects meaningful through collaboration Kate Button (University of Bath) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Kate Button 08 Dec 2017
90 The pharmaceutical industry believes that a lot of academic literature is not reproducible. How should we respond? Chas Bountra (University of Oxford) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Chas Bountra 08 Dec 2017
91 Life as a trial statistician – the good, the bad and the ugly Professor Jonathan Cook is a Senior Medical Statistician at the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit. Jonathan Cook 06 Dec 2017
92 And then the magic happens! Can realist synthesis really be systematic? Dr Andrew Booth gives a talk for the Realist Reviews and Realist Evaluations short course. Andrew Booth 24 Nov 2017
93 Establishing a microsurgery center at Chang Gung and advances in mandibular reconstruction Professor Fu-Chan Wei talks about how he established a comprehensive reconstructive microsurgery center at Chang Gung University Medical Center, and discusses the advances in mandibular reconstruction using microsurgical skills. Fu-Chan Wei 04 Oct 2017
94 Making trials more efficient: Trial Forge and how you can help Trials are important; very often they are also inefficient. Trial Forge aims to improve trial efficacy by identifying and then filling gaps in trial methods research. Shaun Treweek 10 Jul 2017
95 Using mixed methods in health psychology: Reflections on research design, epistemology, and practicalities In this talk, Dr Felicity Bishop will critically reflect on mixed methods research that she has conducted and discuss the philosophical and technical challenges of mixed methods. Felicity Bishop 10 Jul 2017
96 Emerging and Future Treatments: Studying asymptomatic genetic carriers in MND Professor Martin Turner, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, gives the final talk in the FATHOM meeting. Martin Turner 27 Jun 2017
97 Emerging and Future Treatments Professor Kevin Talbot, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, gives the third talk for the FATHOM meeting. Kevin Talbot 27 Jun 2017
98 Genetic Testing Christopher Shaw, King's College London, gives the second talk for the FATHOM meeting. Christopher Shaw 27 Jun 2017
99 The Genetics of Motor Neuron Disease Professor Kevin Talbot gives the first presentation in the FATHOM meeting. Introduction by Professor Martin Turner. Kevin Talbot 27 Jun 2017
100 Creative Commons Dr Desirée Cox, stem cell and regenerative medicine expert, and artist (Pembroke, 1987) Dr Desirée Cox describes her extraordinary journey from growing up in a tough urban area in the Bahamas to becoming a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. Desirée Cox 23 Jun 2017