The Tseu Medical Institute, at Harris Manchester College, Oxford, has been established to encourage academic partnerships and collaborative interchange between the University of Oxford and emerging as well as established centres of medical excellence worldwide.
The Work of the Institute
The Tseu Medical Institute at Harris Manchester College is a foundation for embracing medical care, research and practice worldwide. Its aim is to foster links with emerging centres of medical expertise and embracing links with established research centres.
As a specialist college for mature students, Harris Manchester takes students for the Graduate Entry Medicine programme, with approximately 10 on course at any one time. In addition, the College has graduate students undertaking masters and doctoral programmes in a range of medical sciences subjects, including a substantial cohort on the MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare.
The principal College Tutors in Medicine are Professor Bee Wee CBE, and Dr Gina Hadley. The wider College Fellowship includes Professors Richard Hobbs CBE, Patrik Rorsman and Crispin Jenkinson. Joshua Hordern, Professor of Christian Ethics, works alongside clinical and humanities colleagues in the area of medical ethics.