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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.
28 September 2022
Funding Inflammation biology Kennedy Main
8 September 2022
Two new projects led by Tal Arnon and Irina Udalova have been awarded Medical Research Council (MRC) funding.
Awards Coronavirus COVID-19 Main
1 September 2022
Daniel Prieto-Alhambra has been awarded the 'Special ISPE award for contributions to public health associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.'
Awards Botnar Coronavirus COVID-19 Main
30 August 2022
Congratulations to Junqing (Frank) Xie who has been awarded the Stanley A. Edlavitch Award from The International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE).
Going straight to surgery found to be better than undergoing rehabilitation first for longstanding anterior cruciate ligament injury
Knee Main OCTRU SITU Trials
23 August 2022
New research, funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), shows initial surgery to be more successful and cost effective than undergoing treatment with rehabilitation first to treat longstanding anterior cruciate ligament injury.
23 August 2022
Coronavirus COVID-19 Main Statistics and epidemiology
19 August 2022
Researchers at NDORMS have studied the association between ambulatory COVID-19 and short-term risk of venal thrombosis and the clinical and genetic risk factors predisposing them to developing post–COVID-19 thrombosis.
Awards Back Main
3 August 2022
The National Institute for Health and Care Research has awarded an Advanced Fellowship to Dr David Metcalfe to study the diagnosis of the spinal condition, cauda equina syndrome.
General Main Orthopaedics and trauma
2 August 2022
Congratulations to Professor Chris Lavy, who has been appointed to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) technical advisory group for integrated clinical care for a period of two years.
Funding Hip Main OCTRU Orthopaedics and trauma Trauma
27 July 2022
Researchers at the University of Oxford have been awarded a grant from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) to investigate whether anti-tumour necrosis factor (TNF) therapy can reduce or prevent post operative delirium/cognitive deficit.
Botnar Hand Main
22 July 2022
A new NDORMS study, published in The Lancet Rheumatology, has found a genetic variant that increases the risk of both carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger, and opens the door for new therapies that involve blocking the IGF-1 pathway.
21 July 2022
Since 2013 the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology has been running a Career Development Programme, a scheme to help early career researchers launch their own independent laboratories, and more recently the Innovator Investigator Programme to bring new technologies to core research themes.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Main
21 July 2022
Working with researchers across multiple universities, the Oxford Clinical Trials Unit (OCTRU) played a key role in delivering results of the national VROOM trial (Vaccine Response On Off Methotrexate).
12 July 2022
The Kennedy Trust has announced Dr Stephen Simpson as its new Chief Executive Officer from 1 July 2022.
Main OCTRU Trauma Trials
6 July 2022
New research from the University of Oxford has shown that doctors can simplify treatment for the most common fracture in children, reducing NHS costs.
Funding Kennedy Main
5 July 2022
A new £1.5M grant from the Medical Research Council (MRC) to the Powrie Group at the Kennedy Institute will help define different pathotypes of inflammatory bowel diseases that could lead to better and more focused treatments for patients.
Hand Kennedy Main
30 June 2022
Yoshi Itoh, Associate Professor and Principal Investigator Cell Migration Group at the Kennedy Institute has been awarded the International Dupuytren Award 2022.
Taking a break from immune-suppressing medicines doubles the antibody response to COVID-19 booster vaccination
Coronavirus COVID-19 Main OCTRU Trials
29 June 2022
The Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit (OCTRU) at NDORMS played a key role in the VROOM study which found that pausing immune-suppressing medicines such as methotrexate can increase the response to COVID-19 booster jabs.
Department Equality and diversity General Main
24 June 2022
2022 marks ten years since the first Athena Swan Bronze applications from the Medical Sciences Division. Ten years later, and all 16 departments in the Division have achieved a Silver Award. We look at NDORMS’ Athena Swan journey.
Awards Department Kennedy Main
22 June 2022
The University of Oxford has awarded the title of Associate Professor to Adam Cribbs and Luke Jostins.