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The Richard Doll Seminars are hosted by the Nuffield Department of Population Health. They are one of the leading forums within the Medical Sciences Division where topics of significant importance in public health and epidemiology are presented. The seminars are held during academic full term at 1-2 PM on Tuesdays unless otherwise indicated. All welcome.

Trinity Term (May - June 2019)

Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford

Seminar rooms 0 & 1, Big Data Institute, Old Road Campus, Oxford OX3 7LF, UK

Conveners: Associate Professor David Preiss (CTSU), Louisa Gnatiuc (CTSU) and Dr Julie Schmidt (CEU)

 

Trinity Term 2019 seminar programme (pdf)

 

The schedule is also available as an iCalendar and can be downloaded from each event.

Directions to the Big Data Institute and Richard Doll Building.

 

Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/rdseminars. and email us at rdseminars@ctsu.ox.ac.uk.

The programme is also published in Oxford University’s Lectures & Seminars Supplement of the Gazette