On June 27 as part of the Oxfordshire Science Festival, Professor Ilina Singh hosted a discussion event for students of the John Mason School (Key stages 3 & 4) exploring the ethics of involving children in medical research. Prof. Ilina Singh with the students at John Mason School, Abingdon A panel including Prof Ilina Singh… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Dr Rodolfo Maggio will participate in the following workshop: ‘Maternal and Infant Health and Nutrition in Indonesia: An interdisciplinary workshop exploring opportunities and challenges for collaborative research, policy and practice development’
The main project on which the students will be working during their time with BeGOOD is background research into the development of a Young People’s Involvement and Engagement group in the Department of Psychiatry. They will be carrying out online searches for current programs/groups that engage young people in Mental Health and identifying innovative and… Read more »
Meghana Vagwala This summer Meghana is interning with the BeGOOD team in the Department of Psychiatry. She is rising third-year student and Angier B. Duke Scholar at Duke University in North Carolina. Last year, she studied a course titled Science, Ethics, and Society at New College and is back in Oxford to work on the… Read more »
The website of the BeGOOD project is online. Please check our website for relevant information on the BeGOOD team research activities.