News

Medicine safety ‘needs international coordination’

09 February 2016

How quickly should a drug be withdrawn from the market if it causes harm? It sounds like a simple question, but the answer depends on where you live.

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Flying the Rainbow flag for LGBT History Month

02 February 2016

Kellogg College is joining the celebration of LGBT History Month by flying the Rainbow flag.

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British Council UK Alumni Awards – Kellogg Finalist

29 January 2016

Kellogg alumnus shortlisted as a finalist in the Entrepreneurial Award category of The Education UK Alumni Awards

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Making headlines in architectural history magazine

27 January 2016

A feature by Kellogg Fellow Steven Parissien  is the cover story in a new architectural…

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Kellogg Library Expansion

25 January 2016

There have been significant developments in the Library since last term.

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Phase-one drug trials under scrutiny

18 January 2016

Carl Heneghan, Senior Tutor and Professor of Evidence-based Medicine, has said phase-one trials posed “significant practical and ethical issues” in an article for the Financial Times.

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Fellow appointed to senior University post

07 January 2016

Our congratulations go to Fellow Emma Potts, formerly Director of Student Administration and Services, who has been appointed as Academic Registrar.

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NHS challenged over new treatments

07 December 2015

Carl Heneghan responds to new recommendations for the NHS

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Kellogg at the Varsity Match 2015

30 November 2015

Kellogg players confirmed as Oxford University announces the Varsity Match squad

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“This is the nation’s art, let the nation see it”

30 November 2015

Visiting Fellow Steven Parissien is calling on London's galleries and museums to share their art and artefacts with the rest of the country.

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