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MSc in Clinical Embryology

The closing date for applications for the MSc in Clinical Embryology starting in October 2014 is Friday 11th July.   

October 2013 -   A new textbook has been published by Cambridge University Press (UK) focussing upon clinical embryology and the treatment of human infertility. Edited by Dr Kevin Coward and Dr Dagan Wells, the Textbook of Clinical Embryology, features contributions from many of the lecturers contributing to the Oxford MSc in Clinical Embryology and covers scientific, clinical, legal, and regulatory issues related to this expanding discipline. The book aims to represent a highly useful resource for a wide readership, including students, teachers, scientists, clinicians, and embryologists.  

 For further details on the MSc in Clinical Embryology, please click here.

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Oxford Maternal & Perinatal Health Institute (OMPHI)

Oxford Maternal & Perinatal Health Institute (OMPHI)

OMPHI aims to bring together some of the best experts in the world to resolve priority maternal and perinatal health problems.

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