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29 July 2015
BBC Radio 4 presenter Sarah Montague, with input from Professor Russell Foster, investigates how working when most people are sleeping affects our bodies.
24 July 2015
20 July 2015
Dominik Fischer, who completed his DPhil in our Department, received an extraordinary professorship at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen on Tuesday 7 July 2015.
Gene therapy gives long-term protection to photoreceptor cells in a mouse model of retinitis pigmentosa
15 July 2015
A collaboration between scientists in the UK and the USA has shown that gene therapy can give life-long protection to the light-sensitive photoreceptor cells responsible for colour vision in a mouse model of the most common inherited eye disorder.
6 July 2015
Pioneering Oxford research to tackle vision loss is set to feature on the BBC’s One Show this week.
3 July 2015
2 July 2015
A good night’s sleep has long been recommended to those who have experienced a traumatic event. But a study led by our Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute provides preliminary experimental work suggesting it could actually be the wrong thing to do.
25 June 2015
She received one of the five highly contested 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO UK & Ireland For Women In Science Fellowships.
23 June 2015
On 19 June a group of GCSE and A-level students from South and East London visited our Department.
23 June 2015
An Oxford University study has found that reducing the tendency of vitamin A to form toxic clumps could slow down a condition that leads to blindness in children and young adults.
4 June 2015
The University of Oxford is offering a new online course in sleep medicine, due to start in October 2016. Students will be able to work towards two potential qualifications: a Post-graduate Diploma (PgDip) or a Masters (MSc).
2 June 2015
A study in our Department has found that the lower-pressure environment experienced when flying increases blood pressure in the lungs. With an unknown but significant number of flights diverted each year for medical emergencies, the results could be used to improve health screening before flight as well as care for patients being moved by air.
Anaesthetics Award Integrative Neuroimaging
11 May 2015
48 of the UK's leading medical researchers have been recognised for excellence in medical science with their election to the Academy Fellowship.
7 May 2015
Biosense celebrates the University’s leading science research by combining scientific stories with incredible images and previously unseen museum specimens.
Integrative Neuroimaging Research
21 April 2015
The brains of babies 'light up' in a very similar way to adults when exposed to the same painful stimulus, a pioneering Oxford University brain scanning study has discovered. It suggests that babies experience pain much like adults.
13 April 2015
On Sunday 12 April, a new 3 Tesla MRI scanner arrived on site.
1 April 2015
Clinical Neurology Event
20 March 2015
This free public event showcased some of the brain research going on at the University of Oxford and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Integrative Neuroimaging Public engagement
20 March 2015