The 21st Century Translation Dementia Research Conference


The 21st Century Translation Dementia Research conference aims to link aims to link up experts from Dementia Research Oxford, academia, non-profit organisations and industry to explore the current challenges in Translational Dementia Research. Topics include: experimental medicine, human based translational research, clinical trial recruitment, adaptive clinical trial design, linking UK infrastructure, big data and multi-omics... READ MORE

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia

This online masterclass is being offered by the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute at the University of Oxford. It will be delivered by Professor Colin Espie, Dr Dimitri Gavriloff, Dr Simon Kyle and Dr Lizzie Hill. There will be a series of talks and workshops, allowing plenty of time for discussion and interaction. Fees for... READ MORE

Protected Writing Time for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Care Professionals

This three-day writing retreat is sponsored by the Oxford BRC and is open to all nurses, midwives and allied health care professionals at any career stage, working at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust who need time and space to focus on writing without interruption. We provide you with a mentor to guide you with... READ MORE

Oxford BRC Obesity, Diet and Lifestyle theme networking event 2022

St Catherine's College Manor Rd, Oxford

The BRC Obesity, Diet and Lifestyle theme welcomes researchers across Oxford who have an interest in this area of research to meet in-person and share their latest work at this free of charge event.  Agenda 12:15-13:00       Lunch 13:00-14:00       Prof Lucilla Poston CBE Head of School of Life Course and Population Sciences, King’s College London Obesity... READ MORE

NIHR Academy Members’ Conference

Save the date! Join us on 23 and 24 November 2021 for two days packed with exciting speakers, skills sessions and networking opportunities. The focus of the conference will be health and care research as it relates to people with multiple long-term conditions. The event will take place in our virtual conference hall and all... READ MORE

Introduction to the academic leadership at the NIHR Academy


The NIHR Academy invites Academy members, NIHR colleagues, and interested stakeholders to a webinar introducing our new Dean and Associate Deans. The webinar will be an opportunity to hear from our academic leadership team about the work they are involved in and insight from their own academic careers as well as current and future plans... READ MORE

Tackling COVID-19 together: Building a multi-disciplinary approach to help vaccinate the world

The COVID-19 pandemic has generated an intense research effort, which by one estimate has generated more than half a million research publications to date. Much of the COVID-19 research undertaken has been within traditional academic disciplines, but tackling COVID-19 effectively, and dealing with its long-term health and economic impacts, will require a multi-disciplinary research effort.... READ MORE

Personalised Medicine in Practice: Genes, Behaviour and Metabolic Health


Join the Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) and Oxford Metabolic Health to hear speakers from Oxford and across the UK share their insights into how our genes, microbiome and behaviour shape metabolic health, with a keynote address on ‘Twins, microbes and personalised nutrition’ from Professor Tim Spector, KCL. For more details and to register, go... READ MORE

Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation


We are pleased to offer this short course online. This course is for health professionals and health researchers who want to understand the basics of health economics and its relevance to the health service. No previous knowledge of economics is required. For further information and booking details visit the HERC website.

Clinical academic career pathways for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals


Are you interested in developing a career in research alongside your clinical practice? There is a growing focus, both nationally and locally, on improving clinical academic career pathways for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals. Clinical academic roles allow you to pursue your own research interests and improve quality of care for patients while maintaining... READ MORE