Anne McLaren Lecture 2019: watch the film29 May 2019
Fellows, students and friends of Kellogg gathered together in the College Hub on 22nd May for the annual Anne McLaren Lecture, followed by a formal Guest Night Dinner in the College Dining Hall.
This year’s Anne McLaren Lecture, “Can reformed communication save patients from harm?”, was delivered by Professor Marie Lindquist, Director of the Uppsala Monitoring Centre, an independent, non-profit foundation and centre for international scientific research, based in Sweden. UMC is the World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring.
The OIBC Anne McLaren Lecture is held in conjunction with Kellogg College and the Trustees of the Oxford International Biomedical Centre. Dr Anne McLaren, DBE, Hon DSc, FRS (1927-2007) was a Trustee of the Oxford International Biomedical Centre. Her distinction as an experimental scientist in the field of mammalian embryology was matched by her concern for the ethical and legal consequences of in vivo fertilisation (IVF) and other clinical advances in human embryology. She is commemorated in Anne McLaren House at Kellogg College.