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Dr Luca Biasiolli, based in OCMR, is studying whether a new type of MRI scan offers a more accurate and easier way to identify the potentially dangerous plaques that cause stroke. Her research is supported by the British Heart Foundation. A stroke happens when the blood supply to part of your brain is cut off. Most occur as a consequence of plaque – a condition called atherosclerosis – building up in arteries in the neck. If a piece of this plaque breaks off, it can lead to a clot forming in the brain and cause a stroke.
RDM fully supports the Athena SWAN initiative. Our aim is to ensure that RDM is a happy and rewarding environment where all staff and students are supported to achieve their full potential.
Current research opportunities within the Radcliffe Department of Medicine for entry in October 2021 are shown below. These opportunities will be updated for applications made for entry in October 2022 when the new admissions cycle opens on 1 September, 2021.