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 […]
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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 […]
OxINMAHR report 20 web This Annual Report on the Activity of OxINMAHR is published and outlines the very significant amount of work done here. The Institute works increasingly closely within the OAHP and its Partners.
The Oxford Academic Health Partners’ Charity # 1174725 aims to “advance health by research, clinical care, education and training to provide solutions so that clinical research breakthroughs lead to direct clinical benefits” The Board of the OAHP and the Charity is therefore offering awards to any member of staff or student associated with the Partners: […]
The final report on the future of UK Clinical Research Delivery has been published through NIHR. The report was accompanied by the following statement: NIHR and partner organisations across the health research ecosystem have today welcomed the publication of a bold vision for the future of clinical research delivery in the UK. The vision sets […]
The OAHP Team held a great meeting with the Brookes Vice Chancellor’s Group which highlighted the real opportunities that existed to work even more closely together and to move into areas that have not normally been connected with health and life sciences. Real opportunities exist in, for example, research governance and the opportunities for shared […]
The Board of the Oxford Academic Health Partners, chaired by Professor Sir John Bell, meets today. A key item for this meeting and for the next series of meetings, will be the oversight of the development and submission of the bids for the renewal of the OAHP’s two Biomedical Research Centres. The Oxford Health BRC […]
One of the key aims of Oxford Academic Health Partners is collaboration and partnership and the fostering of networks that can provide benefits locally, regionally and nationally. Keith Channon, Sara Ward and Megan Turmezei met on 7 January 2021 with Nigel Tipple and Richard Bryard from the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership. Many areas of common […]
We rightly hear a lot about Oxford’s vaccine, Covid-19 research and RECOVERY drug trials, but there are also countless personal stories, which display just how broad Oxford’s response to the pandemic has been. It is the contribution and commitment of many individuals that has enabled Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division to become a global leader. Will […]