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Case Study # 2 published Brainomix – Harnessing AI, digital and medical technologies to speed up stroke care and reduce costs

Case Study:    Harnessing AI, digital and medical technologies to speed up stroke care and reduce costs The Challenge Mechanical thrombectomy (MT) is the most effective evidence-based treatment for acute ischaemic stroke caused by large vessel occlusion and could transform outcome for the 10% acute stroke admissions who could benefit. However only 1 in 5 eligible […]

The Oxford Cambridge ARC Universities Group

Both Universities in the Oxford Academic Health Partners are active members of the ARC which is currently chaired by Professor Alistair Fitt, Vice Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University. The ARC underpins national competitiveness in many sectors, contributing £13 billion to the economy every year. By linking innovation districts and collaboration between public and private sector […]

Case Study #1 published!

The Oxford Academic Health Partners is part of a nationally and globally acclaimed ecosystem that brings together the best in academia, the NHS, research, teaching and education and the life sciences sector. To celebrate this, and to highlight the work of partners, we are launching a series of case studies.  The first of these is […]

Putting universities at the heart of economic and social recovery

Oxford Brookes University is supporting UUK’s new campaign #GettingResults – putting universities at the heart of the economic and social recovery. New research published today by Universities UK (UUK), ‘Universities and the UK’s economic recovery: an analysis of future impact’, compiled by the National Centre for Entrepreneurship in Education (NCEE), predicts that over the next five years universities […]

A million reasons for talking to Professor Martin Landray

Imagine saving a million lives. While the world was in the first throes of the pandemic and paralysed in the face of the seemingly unstoppable spread of the coronavirus, two Oxford professors, Peter Horby and Martin Landray, started a trial which is estimated to have saved around one million lives with a £5 medicine that […]

Showcase your work or project?

We shall be building up case studies over the coming months so that we can highlight the work of our partners and their staff.  If you have anything you would like to showcase, please do get in touch via email megan.turmezei@ouh.nhs.uk  

Innovation and research at Bucks Healthcare

The new Bucks Healthcare NHS FT interactive Innovation maps have been launched and all our processes and systems have been streamlined to accelerate Innovation adoption in the Trust.  Here is the link to our new maps. INNOVATION MAPS | Bhtresearch (bhtresearchandinnovation.org) We also have a web page where we post updates for the new R&I Centre. […]

Update on the Immunology Network which works across the partners

The University of Oxford Immunology Network The University of Oxford Immunology Network was established in 2017 under the academic leadership of Professor Paul Klenerman and aims to provide a cohesive hub for immunology research at Oxford to harness the diverse expertise and knowledge within the immunology community for the benefit of basic science and translational […]

WORKING IN HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE OR PUBLIC HEALTH? Apply for our funded research internships. Interested in research?

NIHR ARC OxTV Funded Research Internships for health and social care professionals The internships are open to anyone working in health, social care, or public health in the Thames Valley area. Internships offer an introduction to all aspects and roles across clinical / social academic research, from trial design, data management and analysis through to […]