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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
The Oxford Vaccinology Programme offers training opportunities in vaccinology through a five-day Human and Veterinary Vaccinology course and two-day courses on Clinical Vaccine Development and Vaccine Biomanufacturing.
- What`s new in cancer research
We will explore what cancer is and why the disease has proved so difficult to treat. We will discover why each patient’s disease is different and how imaging helps tailor treatment to the individual.
- Clinical Vaccine Development and Biomanufacturing
- The Oak in Natural History, History and Literature
A multidisciplinary day in praise of the oak. Charles, coffins and chicken of the woods – royalty, death and fungi. Lectures on the oak as a habitat, the oak in legend and history, the uses of oak and a final session on the oak in poetry and prose.
- Your Genes, Your Cure: Understanding Gene Therapy
If we understand how genes can cause disease, we should be able to discover new gene-based therapies. This course will discuss recent advance in Gene Therapy.
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