The latest updates on our research and how it is improving people’s lives.
15 November 2018
The new Climax Professor of Clinical Therapeutics will join the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences at the Medical Sciences Division and St Hilda’s College in February 2019 to lead Oxford’s answer to a key global challenge – how to determine quickly which potential new therapies have the properties to become important medicines.
19 December 2017
The University of Oxford and St Hilda's College are delighted to announce the creation of a new Chair of Clinical Therapeutics thanks to initial, generous, philanthropic support from Professor John Climax. The donation was confirmed at a signing ceremony on Friday 15th December 2017.
12 October 2017
Arthritis Research UK has approved a 5-year renewal of the OA Centre.
23 June 2017
Last weekend groups of researchers from NDORMS got up to all manner of things in the name of outreach - from demonstrating gut inflammation with soft plush bacteria (both friendly and far from!) to randomised trials involving skittles, chopsticks and straws.
19 May 2017
International Clinical Trials Day helps to raise awareness of clinical trials and recognises everyone involved in and affected by trials – researchers, clinicians, statisticians, patient participants, funders and the wider public.
7 December 2016
A new partnership has been formed between the Universities of Oxford and Birmingham to speed up the development of novel treatments for arthritis, supported by a £7 million investment from the Kennedy Trust for Rheumatology Research.
7 November 2016
Oxford surgeons have devised a course to train healthcare providers in Africa to effectively treat children with clubfoot in under resourced situations.
18 October 2016
Professor Cyrus Cooper, of the University of Oxford and Southampton, has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire.
6 October 2016
NDORMS, with the Botnar Research Institute and Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, has been designated a EULAR Centre of Excellence in Rheumatology 2015-2020, in recognition of our continued high-quality research publications in rheumatology.