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Research groups


Harry Claireaux


Honorary Research Assistant

I am an Honorary Research Assistant with Oxford Trauma and a General Duties Medical Officer in the British Army. My undergraduate training took place at Bristol University where I attained my BSc in Anatomical Sciences and MBChB with distinction. I undertook the academic foundation programme at Oxford University.

I am interested in clinical research in traumatically injured patients. I am currently working on:

  • WAX randomised controlled trial of rehabilitation following operatively managed ankle fractures. This study is funded by the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Programme.
  • James Lind Alliance priority setting partnership examining patient priorities in complex fractures.
  • Cochrane review investigating interventions for treating fractures of the distal femur in adults.
  • Systematic review and meta-analysis of free functional muscle transfer for upper limb paralysis.