AfOx insaka

by | Nov 23, 2017

The AfOx insaka is a gathering for sharing ideas and knowledge about Africa-focused research with speakers from diverse and varied academic disciplines.
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Date: 24TH November, 2017        
Venue: Oxford Martin School     
Time: 5pm (Drinks served afterwards)
 
Speakers
1.       Dr Ana Namburete, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford Topic: ‘Beyond the Cranial Vault: Imaging the Fetal Brain using Ultrasound’
2.       Dr Simukai Chigudu, Oxford Department of International Development Topic: ‘People were Dying Like Flies: The Politics of Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship in Zimbabwe’
 
The aim of these insakas is to provide a networking focus for colleagues across the university with an interest in research and development in Africa. This is why each event features short talks from  two speakers from widely different disciplines and is followed by a drinks + networking session.
 

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