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 with the Oxford Medical School.
The NDM is sponsoring the Cheltenham Science Festival again this year, from June 2nd to June 7th, and will have a stall in the Discover Zone all that week. We will have a 3x3m stall to house an exhibit and researchers and are planning to change this exhibit every day, to give as many people as ...
Fighting malaria is one of our major objectives. Many NDM scientists try to find new ways to help the millions of people worldwide who are affected by malaria. In our edutainment game, players role-play as mosquito or malaria parasite, and interact with different stages of the disease's life-cycle.
South Africa stands at the centre of a global TB epidemic devastating the health of millions and their communities. Oxford University is working with South African researchers, health workers and community volunteers in the hunt for an urgently-needed new vaccine.
The recent earthquakes in Nepal, on the 25th April and 12th May 2015, have caused a tragic loss of life and had a devastating impact on an already fragile infrastructure. The resilience of the people of Nepal is legendary but the challenges are enormous. The initial focus was on finding ...
More than 10 years after the completion of the Human Genome Project, doctors are a step closer to using whole-genome sequencing to diagnose and treat patients with genetic diseases. This follows a study by researchers from the University of Oxford and the DNA sequencing company Illumina. Results ...
NDM WALL OF FACES
Over the years, our Researchers have explained in lay terms the essence of their research. Watch over 80 interviews with our Principal Investigators, past and present.
Thursday 4th June, 1pm to 2pm, Academic Centre, Lecture Theatre 1, JR Hospital
WTCHG: "TBA", Speaker to be confirmed
Cardiology: "New tools for differentiating hypertrophic cardiomyopathy from its mimics", Prof Hugh Watkins, Dr Vanessa Ferreira