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Key individuals have been recruited to the OCTRU Hub Team.
21 September 2021
Researchers at NDORMS have developed a new set of guidelines for reporting mediation analyses in health research.
Botnar Kennedy Main
17 September 2021
The Medical Sciences Division has awarded the title of Associate Professor to five senior researchers at NDORMS.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Main
18 August 2021
A new collaborative study between the Catalan Institute of Health, the Public Health Secreatariat of Catalonia, and the Centre for Statistics in Medicine, NDORMS, at the University of Oxford have confirmed that COVID-19 vaccines greatly reduce infections, hospitalisations and mortality for up to 6 months.
17 August 2021
Building work at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology has finished, providing a new third floor that houses additional meeting and collaboration space for data science and offices for the management of clinical trials.
Immunity and microbiome Kennedy Main
16 August 2021
Jethro Johnson, Deputy Director of the Oxford Centre for Microbiome Research explains how the centre is building a research community to understand the microbiome and harness its power to promote health and prevent disease.
6 August 2021
As part of the University of Oxford’s mission to provide its researchers with the newest state-of-the-art optical imaging equipment and as part of a strategic partnership with the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology (KIR), the Institute of Developmental and Regenerative Medicine (IDRM), and Carl Zeiss AG (ZEISS), ZEISS has installed a ZEISS Lattice Lightsheet 7 microscope at the KIR.
2 August 2021
Professor Jonathan Rees begins his new role as Director of the Botnar Research Institute today, taking over from Professor Andrew Carr.
28 July 2021
On launching the new OPEN ARMS PPI group in Oxford, Dr. Laura Coates explored the patient and public involvement (PPI) models of three academic centres in the UK to show how it benefits researchers, clinicians, and patients alike.
Inflammation biology Kennedy Main
26 July 2021
Researchers publish the first blueprint of transcriptional factors that control neutrophil-driven inflammation in Nature Immunology.
Botnar Funding Main
23 July 2021
The links between different long-term health conditions will be explored in new research funded with a £2.5million grant from the Medical Research Council.
Arthritis Botnar Main
16 July 2021
Researchers identify two inflammatory-driving proteins, osteopontin and CCL2, highly expressed in psoriatic arthritis joints.
Arthritis Kennedy Main
15 July 2021
New research shows that disrupting primary cilia in juvenile, adolescent and early adulthood in cartilage stops it maturing correctly, making it more prone to thinning and the potential for osteoarthritis (OA) in later life.
Arthritis Botnar Coronavirus COVID-19 Funding Main
2 July 2021
Professors Laura Coates and Dani Prieto-Alhambra will take major roles in a new European Commission project to develop innovative personalised treatment options for people affected by psoriatic arthritis.
Botnar Main Research
1 July 2021
Kennedy Main Research
25 June 2021
A new study published in The Lancet Rheumatology shows potential ways to predict how likely someone is to develop osteoarthritis after a knee injury.
Awards Kennedy Main
21 June 2021
Postdoctoral Researcher Ghada Alsaleh has been awarded a research grant by Versus Arthritis which she will use to develop a new therapy for osteoarthritis.
Arthritis Botnar Main
18 June 2021
A new study published in Foot and Ankle International reviews the use of ankle replacements across 6 countries to predict why there is a variance in their use, and to determine how far current demands are being met.
Botnar Main Orthopaedics and trauma
17 June 2021
A state-of-the-art method that uses artificial intelligence to check bone health and reduce fracture risk has been successful in the latest round of the Artificial Intelligence in Health and Care Award.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Main Statistics and epidemiology
14 June 2021
The largest, most extensive global network study on background rates for adverse events of special interest identifies important age, sex and database differences that should inform future safety surveillance efforts.
14 June 2021
Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery at NDORMS, Keith Willett becomes a Knight Bachelor for services to the NHS.