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On 26th April, Ludwig Oxford hosted the first of the student-organised ‘Distinguished Guest Speaker’ series. Ludwig students, led by Derek Leske from Mads Gyrd-Hansen’s group, voted to invite Salvador Aznar Benitah from IRB Barcelona to talk about his research on stem cell function in homeostasis, aging and cancer. The seminar was followed by a careers advice session over lunch and a dinner at Oriel College in the evening.

A photo of invited speaker Salvador Aznah Benitah, ICREA Research Professor, Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona), Spain,  and student organisor Derek Leske, in front of Salvador's title slide "Stem cell function: interplay between time, diet and epigenetics"