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  • Abstract Submission

    23 May 2017

  • Published Paper: Frontiers in Physiology

    27 April 2017

    "An ultra­-high field Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy study of post exercise lactate, glutamate and glutamine change in the human brain" - Dennis et al. 2015

  • SEND

    20 September 2016

    SEND is an electronic vital signs system that has been jointly developed by Oxford University and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The system is now live in all adult inpatient areas across the Trust.

  • Osler Travel Award for student to visit PiNG group

    21 June 2016

    Julia Nantes awarded grant to visit PiNG Group in the Autumn

  • Primary Schools

    6 October 2016

    Our scientists love showing primary school children how MRI works and giving them a chance to make up their own experiments to do on our scanners.

  • Secondary Schools

    6 October 2016

    We regularly go out into secondary schools to speak about neuroscience and invite secondary school students into the lab to find out what neuroscience research is really like.

  • The Creative Brain

    6 October 2016

    Bringing together people from a wide range of disciplines, providing a forum to provoke thought and dialogue about how our understanding of neuroscience can impact on all aspects of our lives, and how insights from other fields can enrich our study of neuroscience.

  • Museums and Festivals

    6 October 2016

    Our scientists regularly attend science fairs and put on exhibitions at local museums.

  • Media

    6 October 2016

    Our scientists regularly appear on national media to explain the impact that our work has.