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About NDM

NDM Research Building

The Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine is part of the Medical Sciences Division. It hosts one of the largest groupings of biomedical researchers in the University sector, and is also responsible for a significant part of the teaching of clinical medical students within the Oxford Medical School.

Research Funding


The next call of the MRC Confidence in Concept Fund is now open. The MRC CiC is an internal University of Oxford fund that will support the earliest stages of translational research projects. It is intended to accelerate the transition from discovery research to translational development projects by supporting preliminary work or feasibility studies to establish the viability of an approach.

Applications for interdisciplinary research are particularly welcomed, it is anticipated that half of the funding available will be awarded to interdisciplinary projects.

Expression of interest deadline Monday 18 April.

Latest News

A new open-access drug-discovery ecosystem

A new open-access drug-discovery ecosystem

Posted 08/02/2016

Dr Wen Hwa Lee, the Strategic Alliances Manager at the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC), is interviewed about how the SGC is working to revolutionise the way we think about drug discovery. 

The future of cancer treatment

The future of cancer treatment

Posted 04/02/2016

To mark World Cancer Day, the Oxford Science Blog interviews Professor Colin Goding from the Ludwig Institute about how his work is helping change cancer treatment. 

Lessons from Ebola

Lessons from Ebola

Posted 04/02/2016

A Blueprint article discusses how researchers from the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, including Professors Peter Horby and Trudie Lang, led the frontline research response against Ebola, and how Professor Adrian Hill led the search for a vaccine at the height of the crisis. Professor Hill will also be giving the 2016 Oxford London lecture next month.

News Archive

Podcast: Meet our Researchers


In pregnant women, severe malaria is responsible for high maternal mortality, and uncomplicated malaria results in in high morbidity. Careful documentation of treatments showed that, although not all drugs are available for pregnant women, early treatment can greatly increase the outcome of the pregnancy, and give that child a better chance at a productive life, explains Professor Rose McGready.

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Medical Grand Round


Thursday 11th February, 1-2pm, Lecture Theatre 1, Academic Centre, JR Hospital

Neurology: 'Double vision and unsteadiness in a 37 year old woman', Dr Mkael Symmonds

Gastroenterology: 'Shifting sediment', Dr Vincent Cheung, Dr Elham Khatamzas, Dr Helen Bungay, Dr Hanif Esmail and Dr Adam Bailey

Chair: Prof Sir Peter J Ratcliffe FRS

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