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.
11th May is the application deadline for a workshop on Genome research and human health: current applications and translational potential in inflammation and infectious diseases. The event is aimed at early career researchers, and takes place in Oaxtepec, Mexico, June 24-28 2015. These Britich Council Researcher Links Workshops promote international collaborations and bring together researchers from the UK and partner countries.
NDM are pleased to be able to announce that we have successfully achieved the Silver Athena SWAN award. The Athena SWAN Charter recognises and celebrates good practice on recruiting, retaining and promoting women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) in higher ...
Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics have produced a method of analysing human genomes that takes into account variability between individuals. Their Nature Genetics paper demonstrated that this method can substantially improve the accuracy of genome reconstruction.
Major depression comes with an unexpected metabolic signature, according to new evidence reported by Na Cai and Professor Jonathan Flint of WTCHG, together with an international team of colleagues. Their findings in humans and mice offer new insight into the nature of depression. They may also yield new ways to measure and monitor mental health at the molecular level.
Professor Xin Lu is the Director of the Oxford branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research. Her lab works toward identifying molecular mechanisms that suppress tumour growth and metastasis, and focuses on understanding the factors that lead to uncontrollable cell growth.
Thursday 7th May, 1pm to 2pm, Academic Centre, Lecture Theatre 1, JR Hospital
Oncology: "Oxford Cancer Centre Ethics Forum", Dr Ketan Shah
Acute General Medicine – Firm D: "Too much of a good thing?", Dr Sreenath Pillai and Dr David Lewis