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The latest updates on our research and how it is improving people’s quality of life.

Professor Michael Dustin elected as EMBO member

Professor Michael Dustin elected as EMBO member

Kennedy Department General Awards

Many congratulations to Professor Michael Dustin on his election as a member of the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO).

Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day 2017

Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day 2017

Department CSM General Research Botnar Statistics and epidemiology

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. Here at NDORMS, the Centre for Statistics in Medicine celebrated how statistics underpin every element of a trial and how we all work together to make a difference in patients’ lives.

CSM, past and future

CSM, past and future

Department General Research CSM Botnar Statistics and epidemiology

Celebrating 20 years of excellence with Doug Altman and welcoming the future.

From patient to research donor

From patient to research donor

General Botnar

Clinical trial patient donates £750 to NDORMS research on autoimmune diseases, led by Professor Paul Bowness.

M40 Alliance forms to accelerate arthritis therapy

M40 Alliance forms to accelerate arthritis therapy

General Kennedy

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.

New crowdfunding campaign to help kids with clubfoot to walk

New crowdfunding campaign to help kids with clubfoot to walk

General

Oxford surgeons have devised a course to train healthcare providers in Africa to effectively treat children with clubfoot in under resourced situations.

Cyrus Cooper appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire

Cyrus Cooper appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire

General

Professor Cyrus Cooper, of the University of Oxford and Southampton, has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire.

European Centre of Excellence at NDORMS

European Centre of Excellence at NDORMS

General

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.

Arthritis Research UK intern at NDORMS

Arthritis Research UK intern at NDORMS

General

Early last year Arthritis Research UK awarded funding to a cohort of five international research institutions to run a nurse and allied health professional internship (AHP) scheme.

NDORMS Professors on BSI Congress Committee

NDORMS Professors on BSI Congress Committee

General

Professors Irina Udalova and Paul Bowness have been selected to the British Society for Immunology (BSI) Congress Committee, starting in October 2016.

Professor Tonia Vincent on Woman's Hour

Professor Tonia Vincent on Woman's Hour

General

Professor Tonia Vincent, of the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, discusses osteoarthritis of the hand on Radio 4's Woman's Hour.

From musculoskeletal to brain health - a rugby player's health journey

From musculoskeletal to brain health - a rugby player's health journey

General Botnar

A new study in brain health is set to begin this summer extending research into former rugby players' health being undertaken at the University of Oxford.

Changing children’s lives for World Clubfoot Day

Changing children’s lives for World Clubfoot Day

General

On World Clubfoot Day join our researchers and surgeons for an exhibition and demonstrations at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (NOC). This Friday 3 June you can help us make a difference for children born with clubfoot worldwide.

Children’s orthopaedics training course in Ethiopia

Children’s orthopaedics training course in Ethiopia

General Botnar

Surgeons from the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre returned to Ethiopia, earlier this month, continuing the surgical training partnership that has grown over the past three years.

CSM statistician helps launch Diagnostic and Prognostic Research journal

CSM statistician helps launch Diagnostic and Prognostic Research journal

General Botnar

Diagnostic and prognostic research now has a home, as a new BioMed Central journal opens under the leadership of CSM’s Deputy Co-director and statistician Gary Collins.

Clubfoot instructor training course piloted in Ethiopia

Clubfoot instructor training course piloted in Ethiopia

General Research

Recent pilot instructor training course for clubfoot practitioners in sub-Saharan Africa was a success.

#WeCanICan: Cancer research in CSM

#WeCanICan: Cancer research in CSM

General

This week, we are celebrating how Oxford researchers are united in the fight against cancer.

Reporting guidelines gain a global platform

Reporting guidelines gain a global platform

General

Dr Iveta Simera of the EQUATOR UK Centre joined the Global Health Trials Programme's Writing and Publication Skills Month, explaining how reporting guidelines help to create excellent research papers that can make a difference.

NDORMS does DeadFriday at the Ashmolean

NDORMS does DeadFriday at the Ashmolean

General

We took part in the Ashmolean’s brilliant LiveFriday Halloween Special - DeadFriday - where visitors got to explore ghouls and spirits across cultures and through time alongside researchers and experts shedding light on the topic of death from various angles.

NDORMS surgeons return from training in Africa

NDORMS surgeons return from training in Africa

General

The COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL) programme which links the College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA) and NDORMS at the University of Oxford delivered two surgical courses in Africa last month.

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