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About RDM

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine (RDM), University of Oxford, is a large multi-disciplinary department with research interests that span the translational spectrum, from basic biological research through to clinical application.

The department has internationally renowned programmes in a broad range of sciences related to medicine, ranging from cardiovascular, diabetes, endocrinology, and stroke research, to molecular medicine, immunology, haematology and pathology, including programmes in stem cell & regenerative medicine.

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine, Oxford, is led by Prof Hugh Watkins. Read more

Latest Publications

MLL-AF4 Spreading Identifies Binding Sites that Are Distinct from Super-Enhancers and that Govern Sensitivity to DOT1L Inhibition in Leukemia

Posted 20/01/2017

Jon Kerry et al have probed gene regulation in mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL), highlighting a possible biomarker for treatment selection and combination. MLL is a form of leukemia characterised by the translocation of the MLL gene from chromosome 11. This translocation produces over 120 fusion ...

Athena SWAN

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine is fully committed to implementing the Athena SWAN initiative and supporting the careers of its students and staff. RDM currently holds a Silver award. Read more

Athena Swan

Latest News & Events

Diabetes researchers go back to school for British Science Week

Diabetes researchers from OCDEM head to a local school to help children understand more about DNA, sugar and diabetes.

2017 RDM Image Competition Winners Announced

2017 RDM Image Competition Winners Announced

Posted 15/03/2017

Thank you to all of you who entered the RDM Image Competition and a huge congratulations to the winners! We received some amazing entries in each of our three categories (‘Scientific’, ‘In and Around the Department’ and ‘Around Oxford’) and there was some lively discussion amongst the judges ...

2017 RDM Symposium Poster Prizes

2017 RDM Symposium Poster Prizes

Posted 13/03/2017

As always, the RDM Symposium Poster Session was full of fascinating science, new techniques interesting discussion. Congratulations to the following researchers who won our Poster Prizes: Student Prize First Place – Tiong Kit Tan (Gill group, NDCLS) for their work on the ‘Development of ...

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