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The awardees for the second round of the University of Oxford’s Enriching Engagement funding scheme have now been announced, including six projects from across the Medical Sciences Division.

A trophy with stars on it.

Enriching Engagement is a Wellcome-funded grants programme open to Wellcome grant holders and awardees at the University of Oxford, to develop and deliver Public Engagement with Research projects. 

Round 2 awardees are:

  1. Dr Catherine Manning (Department of Experimental Psychology) -  "Sensory Street”
  2. Dr Jacinta O’Shea (Department of Psychiatry) - "Building stress resilience in early adolescence”
  3. Professor Anne Goriely (Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Radcliffe Department of Medicine) - “Me and my genome: What am I really made of?”
  4. Dr Carlo Rinaldi (Department of Paediatrics) - "Muscle Switch"
  5. Professor Jane Mckeating (Nuffield Department of Medicine) - "Understanding viruses: combining science and art to empower young people”
  6. Dr Anna Mitchell (Department of Experimental Psychology) - "APE: Animations and Public Engagement to promote transparency in primate neuroscience research”

Full details of each project are available on the University of Oxford website

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