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Latest news from the Kennedy Institute

Naturally occurring compound spermidine boosts vaccine responses in old mice

Naturally occurring compound spermidine boosts vaccine responses in old mice

Researchers at the Kennedy Institute identify a molecular pathway to boost vaccine responses in the elderly.

Kennedy researchers join uk inflammatory arthritis research centre

Kennedy researchers join UK inflammatory arthritis research centre

Oxford is the newest partner of the national Research into Inflammatory Arthritis Centre Versus Arthritis (RACE) which has been awarded continued funding of nearly £2m over the next five years from Versus Arthritis.

Ndorms work experience 2019

NDORMS Work Experience 2019 - in their own words

Find out more about what our work experience students thought about their experience at NDORMS by watching the video below.

Kennedy trust renews commitment to rheumatology research with 20m

Kennedy Trust renews commitment to rheumatology research with £20M

The Kennedy Trust for Rheumatology Research (KTRR) has pledged a minimum of £20M over five years to the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology at the University of Oxford to support pioneering research into chronic inflammatory disease.

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