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The Radcliffe Department of Medicine held its Inaugural Symposium on Monday 25th March 2013, in the Saïd Business School.

Picture of the Saïd Business School.
The Saïd Business School

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine held its Inaugural Symposium on Monday 25th March 2013, in the Saïd Business School. The aim of the day was to showcase the breadth of research conducted within RDM through a series of talks, followed by a poster session. The programme for the symposium can be downloaded. Prof Hugh Watkins, the Head of Department, commented that “the motivation for forming the RDM was to bring groups together that could add value to one another and I think the breadth and quality of research presented today shows just how great the potential is."

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