Found 36 matches for
CCRF COVID-19 research OCMR
19 October 2020
CCRF CVM Department General
4 September 2020
The partnership will produce the first ever British Society of Echocardiography National review of Stress Echocardiography Practice (BSE N-STEP).
CCRF Department General Publication Research
13 July 2020
CCRF COVID-19 research
8 July 2020
17 October 2019
Takes place Wednesday 30 October 12.30 pm, lunch provided.
CCRF CVM Department General Research
30 September 2019
How a smartphone app can help reduce the risk for high blood pressure in women who had pre-eclampsia during pregnancy.
CCRF Department General OCMR
15 August 2019
Athena SWAN CCRF Department General OCDEM
25 March 2019
CCRF Department General Research
19 October 2018
Research fostered at RDM has increased the accuracy of echocardiogram interpretations, pinpointing many more people at risk of heart disease.
CCRF CVM Department General OCMR Publication
10 September 2018
Researchers from our Department led by Prof Paul Leeson, in collaboration with researchers from Canada and the Universities of Bristol and London, have used advanced magnetic resonance imaging to investigate whether factors such as blood pressure, fitness, smoking and alcohol intake during young adult life are associated with changes in the blood vessels inside the brain.
Athena SWAN CCRF CVM Department MRC WIMM NDCLS Research
9 August 2018
CCRF CVM Department
3 April 2018
Congratulations to Dr Adam Lewandowski, who has secured a five-year British Heart Foundation Intermediate Basic Science Fellowship to study the impact of premature birth on the heart.
CCRF CVM Department Research
19 March 2018
The hearts of people born prematurely are less able to cope with the pressures of exercise in adulthood, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology and part-funded by the British Heart Foundation and the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre.
CCRF CVM Department Research
5 January 2018
Researchers from the University of Oxford are using artificial intelligence to improve diagnostic accuracy for heart disease. The team hope to roll out the system across the NHS later this year, helping to improve patient outcomes and saving millions is misdiagnoses. The research, led by Prof Paul Leeson and RDM DPhil student Ross Upton (Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility), took place in the Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust and is the basis of spin-out company Ultromics.
Athena SWAN CCRF CVM Department
8 September 2017
Congratulations to Dr Lisa Ayers, who has been awarded a Chief Scientific Officer’s (CSO) WISE Fellowship. Now in its second year, the Chief Scientific Officer's WISE Fellowship is a unique opportunity for mid-career female healthcare scientists to gain invaluable leadership experience. Successful applicants will be selected based on both their potential to make a difference in their current and future roles in addition to their commitment to inspire the next generation of healthcare scientists.
CCRF Department Research
5 May 2017
As part of International Day of the Midwife, Emma O’Brien caught up with Yvonne Kenworthy – Lead Research Midwife in the Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility (CCRF), which is led by Prof Paul Leeson. CCRF facilitates high quality cardiovascular research within a clinical research environment with particular expertise in echocardiography, vascular assessment and clinical physiology.
CCRF CVM General
10 November 2016
Prof Paul Leeson, Head of Oxford Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility will talk about links between the cardiovascular health of the mother and their child, at a free Oxford BRC public meeting.
CCRF CVM Research
13 June 2016
Breastfeeding premature babies improves long-term heart structure and function, Dr Adam Lewandowski and colleagues in the Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility have found.