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Today’s Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) results confirm the University of Oxford’s world leading position in medical sciences research. Furthermore, the University overall has the largest volume of world leading research and impact submitted to the REF exercise.

Today’s Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) results confirm the University of Oxford’s world leading position in medical sciences research. Furthermore, the University overall has the largest volume of world leading research and impact submitted to the REF exercise.

NDORMS is part of the Medical Sciences Division and submitted under Clinical Medicine, a unit of assessment in which we ranked top for overall quality.

You can see an example of how research at NDORMS significantly impacts people’s lives in this short video on fighting arthritis.

Read more on the University’s page. Read more on the Division’s page

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