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February marks the 75th anniversary of the first therapeutic dose of penicillin given to a patient in 1941 at Briscoe Ward, Radcliffe Infirmary.
Prof Lavy and OUH Consultant Anaesthetist Dr Viv Addy take ambulance of supplies to Ukraine border.
Despite not being able to meet in person, the Open Arms PPI group held a virtual away day, sharing ideas for its future development.
International Women’s Day Event: ‘Women and the Pandemic’
Louise Hailey shares her experience of the NDORMS Writing Club.
Hassan Kamal shares his experience on working as a research intern at the University of Oxford Medical Sciences Division.
VROOM is one of the newest clinical trials to be started by OCTRU. It has been getting lots of attention in the media, so we asked the Clinical Trial Manager, Lucy Cureton, to tell us a bit more about it.
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!!