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Each Spring the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre has an open day to promote the work that they are doing to the public.

The BRC brings together the research expertise of the University of Oxford, the clinical skills of staff of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and the experiences of patients to improve healthcare. Come and join us for 2 weeks of talks, tours and exhibitions and learn about our projects! Click here to see the poster.

In particular, NDS is involved in the Open Day on Wednesday 11th March, where we will showcase the latest technology developments in healthcare. Two talks will be given by members of our department:


12.00pm – 12.45pm:

Imaging –New eyes for surgeons: How imaging can improve the outcome of surgical interventions (Professor Freddie Hamdy)


2.15pm – 3.00pm:

SITU – Working with the Surgical Intervention Trials Unit (SITU) (Dr Surjeet Singh and Mrs Cushla Cooper)


What to expect:

There will be different aspects to the event: “hands-on” displays, posters, talks, Q+A sessions, discussion panels, etc. There will be representation from the whole BRC, including principal investigators, nurses, patients, and anybody who is involved in BRC research!



The event is being held in the Martin School, part of the University of Oxford. The School is located just off Broad St, Oxford.


For who?

Anybody is welcome to come along and find out more about the work and research that the BRC undertakes. The event is aimed at the public, so please come along!