Our Informatics and Data Science team has developed a paper, in collaboration with authors from Pfizer, that details a novel approach to identifying emerging cancer biomarkers. The paper, recently published in the journal Cancer Informatics, is accompanied by a publicly accessible, interactive dashboard to allow users to explore new insights around emerging biomarkers.
There are thought to be more than 7000 #RareDiseases. About 95% don't have an approved treatment. We're proud to work in this field to help to improve lives, and are pleased to celebrate #JeansForGenes Week. Support the campaign here: https://t.co/wG6Tr00Cv3 #HowDoYouWearYours https://t.co/JlGiJaCbj2
We have more than 20 years of experience in providing expert guidance to stakeholders who want to improve standards of care for patients with #RareDiseases. Please join us in celebrating #JeansForGenes Week. Support the campaign here: https://t.co/wG6Tr00Cv3 #HowDoYouWearYours https://t.co/22nv17gSY8
Do you love helping people to learn and grow? Here's Cathy with some amazing opportunities to join our Learning and Development Team to help deliver training to our colleagues globally. Contact our Talent Acquisition Team to hear more! #GreatPlaceToWork https://t.co/uh1bJjWRBh https://t.co/VR0eKXmnXI
"If you're interested in a certain field, make sure people know that, and try to drive it forward within your company." Executive Director Catherine Hill reflects on the opportunities for women in #MedComms and her leadership role. https://t.co/QaKYp3GH5F #BestWorkplacesForWomen https://t.co/snGftXb2XM
Do you love helping people to learn and grow? Here's Cathy with some amazing opportunities to join our Learning and Development Team to help deliver training to our colleagues globally. Contact our Talent Acquisition Team to learn more! #GreatPlaceToWork https://t.co/uh1bJjWRBh https://t.co/udpFs7u85C
Looking to go places? Sonia and Alex are young professionals at Oxford PharmaGenesis. Here they tell us how their roles have offered them the opportunity to travel, meet people and see the impact of their work. Become the real you here: https://t.co/0gFjMAOJjZ #OxPharmCareers https://t.co/WNLT6lnYTX
We’re excited to be sponsors of the @SOBRNetwork Networking Dinner 2022! Looking forward to chatting with Australian grad students and future #BrainResearch leaders. Say hi to us if you're going along too; we'd love to tell you a bit about our company and careers in #MedComms https://t.co/OGzlboNQco
26-27 September 2022
ISMPP West 2022
Oxford PharmaGenesis is proud to sponsor ISMPP West 2022. On this page you can find information about our award-winning work and white papers, leaflets and more.
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Oxford PharmaGenesis is proud to sponsor the MAPS 2022 conference – the largest gathering of Medical Affairs professionals globally. We are an award-winning independent, global HealthScience communications consultancy. We take clients to new places with a range of transformative services. Our team uses innovative approaches, such as informatics, to explore new frontiers in strategic medical communications, informatics and data science, patient engagement, e-learning and value demonstration.
With scientific advice to the government scrutinized in the news during the COVID-19 pandemic, population biologist Professor Sir Charles Godfray focused the final lecture of the Green Templeton Lecture series 2022 on the different ways experts provide advice in the public realm. Oxford PharmaGenesis Associate Medical Writer Luke Bratton and Communications Director Tim Koder report.
The 18th European AIDS Conference (EACS 2021) brought together clinicians, researchers and people living with HIV to share and discuss some of the latest developments in the treatment and management of HIV, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis and COVID-19 from around the globe.
In the second lecture of the Green Templeton Lectures 2022, award-winning Indian television journalist Barkha Dutt explored the inequalities and journalistic flaws that COVID-19 exposed in India. Oxford PharmaGenesis Project Coordinator Holly Hickman and Group Communications Director Paul Farrow report on Dutt’s powerful series of personal stories. ‘Hell and back: on the road with the […]
In the first lecture of the Green Templeton Lectures 2022, international media manager and journalist Wolfgang Blau addressed the urgent need for newsrooms to improve how they report on climate change. Oxford PharmaGenesis Associate Medical Writer, Elizabeth Coe, took the opportunity to attend the event and report back.