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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.

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