Personalised medicine: your genes vs. big data

Richard Doll Society Conference 2019

Saturday 26 October 2019   09:30 to 16:00


Various speakers


EP Abraham Lecture Theatre, Green Templeton College

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The Richard Doll Society Conference 2019 will feature a range of world leading speakers from the University of Oxford and beyond, along with an ethics panel discussion.
Several of the speakers were directly involved in the 100,000 Genomes Project, making for a stimulating day discussing the future of medicine.

Attendees are welcome from across both the University and the hospitals. Tickets are free with a £15 deposit (refundable upon attendance). A free lunch will be provided.

The Richard Doll Society is a thriving medical society at Green Templeton, which is open to all members of the college, past and present. It usually organises several dinners, speaker meetings and other events each year, welcoming back the ‘lost tribe’ of junior doctors, too.

Please direct any questions to


EP Abraham Lecture Theatre
Green Templeton College
43 Woodstock Road

Speakers include:

Professor David Kerr, Professor of Cancer Medicine, Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Weill-Cornell College of Medicine, NY and Honorary Professor of Oncology at the 2nd Military University, Shanghai and Xiamen University.

Professor Mark Caulfield, Chief Scientist for Genomics England, Co-Director of the William Harvey Research Institute and Professor of Clinical Pharmacology.

Dr Jason Torres, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Oxford Centre for Personalised Medicine.

Dr Lilian Lam, EMBO Research Fellow at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology.

Ethics panel with Dr Frederica Lucivero, Professor John Mattick and Dr Gabrielle Samuel.


Type: Conferences, Featured