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Data debate video and podcast now online

A video of an hour-long debate on issues around mass sharing of patient data to support research and improve patient care can now be viewed online. “Good to share? Data, research, privacy and the NHS” was held as part of the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre’s Public Open Day – Celebrating Biomedical Research on April … Read more

Hundreds enjoy BRC open day

Hundreds of people visited an open day at the John Radcliffe Hospital about biomedical research taking place in Oxford. The event showcased the work of the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), a partnership between the Trust and University of Oxford to fund and support research that can benefit the NHS. It included more than … Read more

Inspiring Open Day on medical research by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre

A public open day to showcase groundbreaking medical research that is taking place in Oxford across a range of conditions such as cancer and diabetes will be held at the John Radcliffe Hospital (JR) next month. Talks, a tour of clinical facilities, stalls and a debate about the opportunities and challenges of sharing patient data … Read more

Oxford Brain Tumour Open Day 2015

On 11 November 2015, there was an open day at the John Radcliffe Hospital for brain tumour patients and carers. The aim was to show what clinical researchers in Oxford are doing to improve diagnosis and care. The event was organised in partnership between the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences and the Cancer Research UK … Read more

Visitors learn about brain research

Visitors to Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital learned how blood flows to and around the brain during a tour of medical facilities. The Friday, September 11 tours were part of the Oxford Open Doors programme of events, where city institutions opened to the public. Friday’s two free tours – which were fully booked – was hosted … Read more

Tour visitors learn about life saving research

Visitors to the John Radcliffe Hospital on Tuesday March 10 saw how people taken to hospital for acute vascular syndromes like heart attack and stroke are helping research to save lives. A total of 16 visitors attended a fully booked tour of the University of Oxford’s Acute Vascular Imaging Centre (AVIC) as part of a programme … Read more

WATCH: Research open day highlights

Hundreds visited last month’s research open day, but if you missed out you can now catch up on the highlights here. Interactive exhibitions showcased the breadth and importance of the centre’s research and the public had the chance to tour would-class research facilities including the £13m Acute Vascular Imaging Centre. The event was  attended by … Read more

Research proves a hit as hundreds visit open day

OLYMPIC gold medallist Andrew Triggs Hodge was among hundreds of visitors to our research open day at the John Radcliffe Hospital yesterday. Teams from the National Institute for Health (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre demonstrated pioneering science and its impact on healthcare to patients, public and staff. Interactive exhibitions allowed visitors to get hands on … Read more

Gold standard set for open day

Double Olympic gold medallist Andrew Triggs Hodge has lent his support to our annual open day. Teams from the National Institute for Health (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre will be demonstrating world-class research tackling conditions including stroke, dementia, diabetes and heart disease , on Wednesday May 15. Oxford’s double Olympic gold medal winning rower Andrew … Read more

Discover the future at our 2013 open day

On Wednesday May 15 we will be showcasing the pioneering research  improving healthcare across Oxfordshire’s hospitals and across the NHS…and we hope you will join us. The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre is a £100m collaboration between Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and Oxford University to accelerate healthcare innovation. At … Read more