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St Johns Linacre Lecture 2018: Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe FRS

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St John’s College annual Linacre Lecture, founded in 1524 by Thomas Linacre, physician to Henry VIII and first President of the Royal College of Physicians, will take place on Monday 12th February and will be preceeded by tea in the foyer at 4:15.

Our speaker this year is Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe founder of the Hypoxia Laboratory at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford.

His talk is entitled: ‘Elucidation of hypoxia signalling pathways: implications for medicine’

Professor Ratcliffe’s achievements have been recognised by a number of awards including the Louis-Jeantet Prize in Medicine, the Canada Gairdner International Award and the Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award. He was knighted for services to medicine in 2014.

This event is free and open to all! Please do join us for refreshments at 4:15

This talk is part of the St. John's College Medical Society series.

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