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 Patient and Public Engagement 

We are passionate about engaging the public, patients and school groups with gene and cell therapy. We host and participate in public events and activities throughout the year.

BSGCT School, Public and Patient Day

The BSGCT School, Public and Patient Day took place on Tuesday 19th March 2024 at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. See here for upcoming events.


Tuesday 19th March 2024, 10am-4pm

Oxford University Museum of Natural History

School students (Years 11-13), patients and the public were invited to join us for this FREE interactive event which introduced and explored gene and cell therapy. It was a fantastic opportunity to:

  • Meet leading scientists

  • Discover cutting-edge research

  • Explore career options

  • Discuss ethical implications and the impact that gene and cell therapy has on society.

To register for future events:

Spaces are limited! We recommend booking as soon as possible by emailing us at​

"It definitely opened up my eyes to the possibilities of gene therapy and since I want to study medicine in the future it was really great to hear from researchers, doctors and more to find out where this could take me in the future."

A Level Student, BSGCT Public Engagement Day 2019.


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