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.
Join us for the OGC Summer Forum on Epigenetics, on Wed 3rd June 2015, 10am - 6pm in the Richard Doll building. There will be 3 sessions: Cancer Epigenetics, Common diseases and Epigenetics, and Emerging Technologies in Epigenetics, with a Q&A panel after each session. This event is open for anyone interested but registration is required.
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.
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 ...
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 make breakthrough in Malaria Vaccine Trials Scientists at the Nuffield Department of Medicine have made a breakthrough in developing a new vaccine against malaria that could save hundreds of thousands of lives every year. First clinical trials of a new vaccine show it is nearly 70% ...
Challenges after this spring's earthquakes in Nepal are enormous and include risks of major epidemics, particularly of water born disease. Dr Christiane Dolecek has led a series of clinical trials on enteric fever in Vietnam and Nepal, with the aim to assess WHO recommendations as well as new treatment options.
Thursday 21st May, 1pm to 2pm, Academic Centre, Lecture Theatre 1, JR Hospital
Renal Unit: "An INDE Lible family trait – making a diagnosis after 40 years of care at the Oxford Kidney Unit", Prof Chris Pugh, Dr Katherine Bull
ICU: "Are we Surviving Sepsis?", Dr Stuart McKechnie, Dr Adrian Wong, Dr Akshay Shah