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New pump priming grant funds study of niemann pick disease

New Pump-Priming Grant Funds Study of Niemann-Pick Disease

MRC HIU RDM

Congratulations to Dr Erdinc Sezgin from MRC HIU, awarded a pump-priming grant to study the role of lipids on NPC disease.

New approach to tackle ebola and other deadly infections

New approach to tackle Ebola and other deadly infections

MRC HIU RDM

MRC HIU scientists have isolated therapeutic antibodies from healthy volunteers exposed to the Ebola vaccine but not Ebola virus itself, suggesting that protective therapies could be developed from people who are disease-free.

Wimm day 2019 deemed a success

WIMM day 2019 a success

MRC HIU MRC MHU

29th of March marked this year's WIMM day, our annual symposium showcasing the best quality research around the MRC WIMM.

Lunter group joins the mrc wimm

Lunter group joins the MRC WIMM

Centre for Computational Biology RDM

We are pleased to welcome Professor Gerton Lunter and his research group, who will be joining the MRC WIMM Centre for Computational Biology.

New 201cmolecular fibres201d may help cells repair dna

New “molecular fibres” may help cells repair DNA

Department of Oncology

Research by the Blackford group has for the first time observed molecular fibres that may hold together sections of broken DNA in mitosis.

Mrc wimm researchers excel at rdm day

MRC WIMM researchers excel at RDM day

Centre for Computational Biology MRC HIU MRC MHU RDM

Congratulations to Jim, Martyna and Louise, who were the recipients of awards at the Radcliffe Department of Medicine Annual Symposium

The battle within new animation on the immune system

The battle within- new animation on the immune system

MRC HIU NDM RDM

The Davis and Cornall groups at MRC HIU release a new animation for school children on immunology and cancer immunotherapy.

Patient involvement partnership sets priorities for rare inherited anaemias

Patient involvement partnership sets priorities for rare anaemias

MRC MHU RDM

Patients, carers, clinicians and researchers collaborate to decide key research questions for future research.

Research identifies how the gut loses protective barrier function in ibd

Research identifies how the gut loses protective barrier function in IBD

MRC HIU NDM

A research team led by Prof Alison Simmons at MRC HIU used single-cell technology to identify new players in the gut epithelial barrier.

Mrc wimm research at the royal institution

MRC WIMM research at the Royal Institution

MRC HIU MRC MHU

How can genome editing improve human health? That's the theme our researchers took to the latest Royal Institution Family Fun Day in London!

New research to investigate role of blood brain barrier in neurological conditions

New research to investigate role of blood-brain barrier

NDCN

A new consortium of 27 partners coordinated by our researcher Prof Zameel Cader will tackle the challenge of discovery and characterisation of blood-brain barrier targets and transport mechanisms for brain delivery of therapeutics.

New technique to analyse cancer cells life history

New technique to analyse cancer cells' life history

MRC MHU RDM

Analysing tumours cell by cell will help develop personalised cancer treatments.

Zinc in immune function

A new role for Zinc in immune function

MRC HIU NDM

A new study by the Cornall group provides new insights into the importance of zinc in human health.

First mrc wimm postdoc symposium a success

First MRC WIMM postdoc symposium a success

Centre for Computational Biology MRC HIU MRC MHU

The one day event brought together postdocs from across the institute, with opportunities to network and discuss projects and careers.

Time to step inside your dna

Time to step inside your DNA

Centre for Computational Biology RDM

New technology developed by Steve Taylor and his team helps scientists visualise and model how DNA folds in 3D. Now you can read about it in the Oxford Science blog

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