7 December 2021
A collaboration between researchers at the MRC WIMM/RDM and Department of Earth Sciences uncovers the importance of iron for the development of complex life on Earth.
Strong cytotoxic T cell responses to an internal viral component are associated with mild COVID-19 disease
1 December 2021
Study from the Dong Group reveals key differences in the adaptive immune responses of patients with mild vs. severe COVID-19, highlighting a potential new vaccine target.
24 November 2021
A new study from the Patel Group sheds light on the mechanism by which DNA damage suppresses appetite, a finding with implications for understanding the appetite lowering side-effects of chemotherapy.
17 November 2021
The Lymph nodE single-cell Genomics AnCestrY (LEGACY) Network will create an ethnically diverse single-cell atlas of the response to commonly used vaccines such as flu vaccines with a focus on responses in lymph nodes.
27 October 2021
The University of Oxford is part of a new international research network to investigate the interactions between the biology of the body's internal clock and the disordered physiological processes associated with stroke.
21 October 2021
Study investigating the long-term impact of moderate to severe COVID-19 finds that a large proportion of COVID-19 patients previously admitted to hospital continue to experience intrusive symptoms six months following infection.
12 October 2021
This interactive and highly successful course returns to the face-to-face format in 3-7 April 2022 for its 18th year.
11 October 2021
The Oxford - Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) Fellowships Programme continued to demonstrate significant progress over the last year, despite the challenges associated with the global pandemic, including restricted lab access and work from home guidance. Six new Oxford-BMS Fellowships for 2021 were announced.