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The BHF Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) at the University of Oxford has been awarded £6m by the British Heart Foundation to continue its world leading research into cardiovascular disease. Prof Hugh Watkins is Director of the Centre, which involves 48 research groups, whose research spans diverse areas and covers the translational research spectrum, from basic to clinical research.

An image of the Oxford Heart Centre taken by the bus stop on the south-western slope on the John Radcliffe Hospital site. The mosaic of colourful glass panes below the windows contrast sharply against the the skyline and the main hospital building.


Credit: Joshua Chai Photography

From the RDM Image Competition 2015.
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