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An editorial by Head of NDORMS, Professor Andrew Carr published this week in The BMJ argues we should be doing far less knee surgeries as the procedure presents no real benefit to middle aged or older patients with persistent knee pain.
Earlier this year, the histology team at The Kennedy Institute were thrilled to receive an enquiry like no other. We are used to processing and sectioning a wide variety of tissues for Oxford university researchers as well as other British and European institutions; however, we never expected to deal with chicken breast and beef steak from Sainsburys!
Trial methodology research is a type of research that looks at how researchers do clinical trials and asks ‘how can we do them better?’ The trial methodology research I do looks at how researchers decide whether to move from a small, pilot trial to a larger, longer and more expensive Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT).
On Friday 2 July my team, Cinq au Swim, and I managed our channel relay swim! It took us 16 hours 47 minutes, and was not without its challenges!!
Today is International Clinical Trials Day. Patricia Logullo talks about her experience as both a trials participant and researcher
The accelerated set up of the new Clinical Research Facility.
Katja Simon explains the difference between COVID vaccines and how they work.
The logistics of setting up a new Clinical Research Facility for early phase/experimental research.