Springboard: Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture (Tue 5March2013) & Daphne Jackson Fellowships

Daphne Jackson Fellowship

The Department of Zoology is offering a Daphne Jackson Fellowship. Daphne Jackson fellowships are intended for those wishing to return to research after a career break of two years or more. The fellowship is half time, and for two years. For further information, see http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk and http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/jobs/list or email stuart.west@zoo.ox.ac.uk. This is one of several such Fellowships in various STEM subjects offered across the UK, see http://www.daphnejackson.org/fellowships/Current%20Opportunities/. Closing date for all these opportunities is Friday 8th March.

For an opportunity to network with some existing Daphne Jackson Fellows, see details below about the Memorial Lecture, which is followed by a wine reception.

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Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture 2013

Tuesday 5 March 2013
5.00 pm (followed by wine reception at 6.00 pm)

“Bacterial secretion systems –
using structure to build towards new therapeutic opportunities”

Speaker: Professor Susan Lea,
(Professor of Chemical Pathology, University of Oxford).

Venue: Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW

Free. All Welcome.

Organisers: Oxford Association for Women in science & Engineering (AWiSE) in association with The Museum of Natural History and Somerville College.
https://sites.google.com/site/oxfordawise/

Part of the Oxford International Women’s Festival:
http://www.oxfordinternationalwomensfestival.co.uk/

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