St Anne’s College

St Anne’s College has a strong presence in the Medical Sciences Division and allied academic disciplines and is committed to developing subjects at the boundaries of traditional disciplines as well as integrating students and researchers at all levels. In line with this ethos, the Centre for Personalised Medicine provides a focus for multidisciplinary collaboration and dissemination of knowledge, facilitate new programmes and research, and enhance the educational experience of students and faculty members, from undergraduates to Professorial Fellows.

St Anne’s is one of Oxford’s largest colleges, with some 420 undergraduates and 250 graduates, many of whom will have an interest in the inter-disiplinary discussion groups facilitated through the Centre for Personalised Medicine. A key aim of the centre is to draw together scientists, clinicians, ethicists, philosophers and economists from across the University to an international platform, and contribute to a new model of healthcare policy.

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