Green Templeton community contributes to 100 Women of Oxford Medical Sciences
Several women from across the Green Templeton community have spoken about their careers and future goals as part of a campaign highlighting 100 Women of Oxford Medical Sciences.
It’s been 100 years since women were admitted as full members of the University of Oxford, and women now hold vital posts at all levels within the university.
This new campaign celebrates the current staff and students of the Medical Sciences Division, with 100 women taking part in a project to showcase the diversity of roles they now hold. Among those who contributed to the project were the following members of our community:
- Alison Convey, Alumna (BM BCh)
- Stephanie Dakin, Research Fellow
- Leena Elhussein, Student (DPhil Musculoskeletal Sciences)
- Leanne Hodson, Senior Research Fellow
- Safia Khan, Student (Clinical Medicine)
- Manisha Nair, Alumna (DPhil Public Health)
- Kay Shigemori, Student (DPhil Oncology)
- Eloise Stark, Student (DPhil Psychiatry)
- Jackie Walumbe, Student (DPhil Primary Health Care)
Each of the women gave a detailed interview about their work which can be viewed by clicking on their name above and following the link to the Medical Sciences Division website. All 100 women who contributed to the campaign shared blog posts for the website.
The campaign to celebrate 100 Women of Oxford Medical Sciences was launched on Thursday 11 February, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, and will run until Monday 8 March, which is International Women’s Day.
To follow the campaign live, please follow @OxfordMedSciences on Twitter.
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