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James Parkinson 200th anniversary events

James Parkinson 200th anniversary events

Clinical Neurology Event

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of the first codified description of the condition that we now know as Parkinson's disease.

British Neuroscience Association Festival of Neuroscience

British Neuroscience Association Festival of Neuroscience

Event

Our Department was well represented at this leading UK neuroscience meeting in April 2017

Researchers showcase technology at innovation event

Researchers showcase technology at innovation event

Event

Six NDCN staff members were involved in the fourth Oxford Technology Showcase at Oxford’s Saïd Business School on 6 July.

Open Day on medical research by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre

Open Day on medical research by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre

Event

This public open day will showcase groundbreaking medical research that is taking place in Oxford across a range of conditions

Patients, carers, and researchers discuss a rare form of motor neuron disease

Patients, carers, and researchers discuss a rare form of motor neuron disease

Clinical Neurology Event Integrative Neuroimaging

On Friday 23 October, patients, carers, researchers and healthcare professionals gathered together at the Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel for the first ever UK day dedicated to primary lateral sclerosis.

London school students meet our scientists

London school students meet our scientists

Event

On 19 June a group of GCSE and A-level students from South and East London visited our Department.

Exhibition at Oxford’s Museum of Natural History showcases research

Exhibition at Oxford’s Museum of Natural History showcases research

Event Ophthalmology

Biosense celebrates the University’s leading science research by combining scientific stories with incredible images and previously unseen museum specimens.

Over 250 people find out about tackling brain diseases

Over 250 people find out about tackling brain diseases

Clinical Neurology Event

This free public event showcased some of the brain research going on at the University of Oxford and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Celebrating the work of our Department

Celebrating the work of our Department

Award Event

Our annual Thomas Willis Day is a chance to celebrate the work of our Department, with a particular focus on our postgraduate students.

Bespoke Treatments for Parkinson's

Bespoke Treatments for Parkinson's

Clinical Neurology Event

Michele Hu speaks at the Annual Parkinson's UK Flagship Lecture at the Royal Institution.

Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Open Day Attracts 600

Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Open Day Attracts 600

Event Stroke & Dementia

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre is a £100M collaboration between Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and the University of Oxford to accelerate healthcare innovation. Renewed in 2013, with a 50% increase in funding, the BRC features major neuroscience research themes including cerebrovascular disease and dementia led by Peter Rothwell, and functional neuroscience and imaging led by Peter Brown.

Sleep researchers contribute to lighting innovation

Sleep researchers contribute to lighting innovation

Event Ophthalmology

The Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences is playing a major role in a new research project looking at how to develop solid-state lighting technology (SSL).

Litchfield/Thomas Willis Lecture Podcast Available

Litchfield/Thomas Willis Lecture Podcast Available

Event

The department was proud to host Professor Dennis J. Selkoe from Harvard Medical School as part of our Litchfield/Thomas Willis lecture and annual postgraduates' meeting.

The Oxford Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Summer Schools

The Oxford Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Summer Schools

Event Ophthalmology

The Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute will host a Circadian Neuroscience Summer School for the next five years. We will also be running a Sleep Medicine Summer School in parallel. The five-day Schools will consist of a common first day of introductory lectures for the two schools followed by separate, subject-specific workshops to give all attendees a practical understanding of their subject area.