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Professor David Smith reflects on a research career which spans over fifty years

Professor A David Smith is an Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology at Oxford and former Head of Department. He completed a degree in Biochemistry from Christchurch College in 1963 before moving to Pharmacology to complete his DPhil under the supervision of Professor Hugh Blaschko FRS.

First presented at the Department of Pharmacology Science Day held Tuesday 3 October 2017

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