25 September 2023
A study looking at the longer-term impact of COVID-19 has found that nearly a third of patients displayed abnormalities in multiple organs five months after infection, some of which have been shown through previous work to be evidence of tissue damage.
15 November 2022
The Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR) used its new 3 Tesla GE Premier MRI scanner to scan the first research study participants on 3rd November 2022.
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.
15 September 2021
Updated: the project, involving Oxford University Hospitals, Defence Medical Services (DMS), and the Radcliffe Department of Medicine was 'highly commended' at the Health Service Journal Awards 2021.
23 December 2020
As of 23 December 2020 OCMR is still open and scanning as usual. Government guidance states that medical appointments should continue so if you have a scan booked with us in the future, your appointment will go ahead as normal unless we phone to tell you otherwise.