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New research makes progress towards general Salmonella vaccine

New research makes progress towards general Salmonella vaccine

MRC HIU RDM

Work by researchers at MRC HIU zeroes in on the mechanisms by which T cells respond to Salmonella infections.

New guidelines to monitor blood cancer in Down Syndrome babies

New guidelines to monitor blood cancer in Down Syndrome babies

MRC MHU Paediatrics RDM

The recommendations result from research by Prof Irene Roberts and Prof Paresh Vyas, published today in the British Journal of Haematology.

World’s largest autism grant will transform research landscape

World’s largest autism grant will transform research landscape

NDCN

The largest research grant ever given for neurodevelopmental conditions has been awarded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative to an international consortium that includes the participation of Prof Zameel Cader.

Facebook LIVE: What is a virus?

Facebook LIVE: What is a virus?

MRC HIU RDM

Layal and Mirjam in the Rehwinkel lab were live on Facebook to talk about their research on viruses.

“A wonderful start to a great conversation”

“A wonderful start to a great conversation”

MRC MHU RDM

The launch of a new patient engagement group for those with blood conditions brought together patients, clinicians and researchers to discuss patient involvement.

Oxford Centre for Neuroinflammation launched

Oxford Centre for Neuroinflammation launched

MRC HIU NDCN

The new centre, located at the MRC WIMM, aims to shed light on the causes of neurodegenerative diseases and uncover new treatment pathways.

Matt Dickinson awarded a Cumberland Lodge Scholarship

Matt Dickinson awarded a Cumberland Lodge Scholarship

MRC HIU RDM

A unique opportunity to take part in an engaging programme of conferences, retreats and seminars to explore cross disciplinary topics.

Taking MRC HIU research to schools

Taking MRC HIU research to schools

MRC HIU RDM

A workshop for local teachers explored practical activities on microscopy and immunology that aim to enrich the delivery of the science curriculum.

DPhil student Layal Liverpool awarded BSA media fellowship

DPhil student Layal Liverpool awarded BSA media fellowship

MRC HIU RDM

Congratulations to Layal Liverpool, a student at the MRC Human Immunology Unit who was awarded a prestigious British Science Association (BSA) media fellowship.

Prof David Beeson elected Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Prof David Beeson elected Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences

NDCN

Many congratulations to Prof Beeson for this distinction recognising his exceptional contribution to the study of neuromuscular disorders.

Prof Vincenzo Cerundolo elected Fellow of the Royal Society

Prof Vincenzo Cerundolo elected Fellow of the Royal Society

MRC HIU RDM

Many congratulations to the Director of our MRC Human Immunology Unit for this prestigious honour recognizing his pioneering work on T cell immunology.

‘Highest quality research’ showcased at MRC WIMM Day

‘Highest quality research’ showcased at MRC WIMM Day

Centre for Computational Biology MRC HIU MRC MHU

The annual symposium brought together researchers from across the Institute to discuss the latest research and celebrate this year’s achievements.

Two new fellowships to apply computational methods to biological problems

Two new fellowships to apply computational methods to biological problems

Centre for Computational Biology RDM

Many congratulations to Dr Emmanouela Repapi and Dr Dominic Waithe, who will be based in the MRC WIMM Centre for Computational Biology.

Strawberries, detectives and virtual reality

Strawberries, detectives and virtual reality

Centre for Computational Biology MRC HIU MRC MHU RDM

Our researchers brought science to students around Oxfordshire (and further afield) as part of this year’s British Science Week.

Prof Graham Ogg and Prof Tatjana Sauka-Spengler recognised for excellent supervision at RDM Symposium

Prof Graham Ogg and Prof Tatjana Sauka-Spengler recognised for excellent supervision at RDM Symposium

MRC HIU RDM

Congratulations to Professor Graham Ogg and Associate Professor Tatjana Sauka-Spengler – the first recipients of the Radcliffe Department of Medicine (RDM) Awards for Excellent Supervision. The Awards were presented at the RDM Symposium on Monday 19 March 2018.

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