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Public Engagement with Research Awards

Public Engagement with Research Awards

Award

Members of NDCN are involved in an award-winning project at this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards.

Staff success at OxTALENT Awards

Staff success at OxTALENT Awards

Award

Members of NDCN were successful in two categories of these awards, which celebrate the digital at the University of Oxford

Tim Behrens wins award for outstanding research

Tim Behrens wins award for outstanding research

Award Functional MRI of the Brain

Two Troland Research Awards are given annually to recognise unusual achievement by young investigators and to further research within the broad spectrum of experimental psychology.

Irene Tracey wins Feldberg Foundation Prize

Irene Tracey wins Feldberg Foundation Prize

Award

The purpose of the Feldberg Foundation is the promotion of scientific contact between German and English scientists within the sphere of experimental medical research.

Medical Research Council awards £4.3m to boost UK research base in dementia

Medical Research Council awards £4.3m to boost UK research base in dementia

Award Clinical Neurology

Six universities including Oxford have been awarded a total of £4.3m by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to grow and develop the UK’s research base in dementia science.

Researcher wins prize for engaging the public

Researcher wins prize for engaging the public

Award Clinical Neurology

The 12 winners of the inaugural University of Oxford's Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Public Engagement with Research were announced on Friday 1 July by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson, in a ceremony at Merton College.

Angela Vincent receives British Neuroscience Association Award

Angela Vincent receives British Neuroscience Association Award

Award Clinical Neurology

The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) has awarded Angela Vincent, FRS the 2016 Outstanding Contribution to British Neuroscience Award.

Martin Turner receives Graham Bull Prize

Martin Turner receives Graham Bull Prize

Award Clinical Neurology

Professor Martin Turner has received the prestigious Graham Bull Prize for Clinical Science from the Royal College of Physicians.

£50,000 dementia drug discovery project gets underway

£50,000 dementia drug discovery project gets underway

Clinical Neurology Award Research

Researchers in our Department are embarking on a £50,000 study to develop treatments for dementia. The funding from Alzheimer’s Research UK will kick off new drug discovery efforts that specifically target dementia with Lewy bodies.

Athena SWAN Silver Award

Athena SWAN Silver Award

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Our Department has received an Athena SWAN Silver Award. This recognises that we are a thriving community, not only undertaking groundbreaking research, but also nurturing our staff and promoting women in science.

Aarti Jagannath wins 2015 For Women In Science Award

Aarti Jagannath wins 2015 For Women In Science Award

Award Ophthalmology

She received one of the five highly contested 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO UK & Ireland For Women In Science Fellowships.

Irene Tracey awarded Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Irene Tracey awarded Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Award Functional MRI of the Brain Anaesthetics

48 of the UK's leading medical researchers have been recognised for excellence in medical science with their election to the Academy Fellowship.

Celebrating the work of our Department

Celebrating the work of our Department

Event Award

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

Russell Foster recognised in New Year Honours

Russell Foster recognised in New Year Honours

Award

Professor Russell Foster, FRS, Professor of Circadian Neurosciences, Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, Director of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute and Fellow of Brasenose College, has been appointed CBE for services to science.

Royal Society of Medicine prize for gene therapy researcher

Royal Society of Medicine prize for gene therapy researcher

Award Ophthalmology

Ophthalmologist Miss Samantha de Silva has been named the RSM Wesleyan Trainee of the Year 2014 for her research into gene therapy to restore visual function in end-stage retinitis pigmentosa.

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