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  • ‘Meningitis Vaccines – can we do more?’ – presentation by Dr Matthew Snape
  • “Bionic eye” trial in Oxford
  • Autoimmunity: when our immune system turns on our bodies
  • Biobanking – the experience of healthy volunteers
  • Biobanking – the experience of volunteers with specific conditions
  • Biobanking – volunteers
  • Biobanking – why people volunteer for research
  • Biomedical information technology in patient monitoring
  • Blood Diseases
  • Building the digital hospital
  • Cheltenham Festival: Rhythm of Life
  • Cheltenham Festival: Sleep Research
  • Cheltenham Science Festival
  • Chronic Kidney Disease – why is it more important?
  • Chronic Kidney Disease — The Oxford Renal Study
  • Clinical Trials: One of the most important medical inventions in the last 100 years
  • Data fusion monitor at the John Radcliffe Hospital
  • Dementia and delirium: impact of stroke and acute illness on thinking and memory
  • Development of improved influenza vaccines – Professor Sarah Gilbert
  • Diabetes trial at the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism
  • Diabetes: time to get personal?
  • Digital health devices: how mobile computing and communication are shaping the future of health care
  • Dr Mark Sheehan – why do PPI?
  • eHealth for self-managing long-term conditions
  • Falls, Hip Fractures and Clinical Trials – presentation by Professor Matt Costa
  • From Conventional Open Surgery to Remote Control Operating
  • From Genes to Brains – How genetic studies help us understand mental health conditions
  • Future Direction in Imaging – Acute Vascular Syndromes
  • Good to share? Data, research, privacy and the NHS
  • Heart Centre Open Day
  • How do strokes and acute illness affect thinking and memory?
  • How to be the Perfect Host
  • Imaging – Fergus Gleeson lecture
  • Innovation in Healthcare Research public event
  • Involving Patients: Whose Research Is It Anyway?
  • Iron and Infection
  • Leukaemia – Will we ever understand what is going on?
  • Like Mother, Like Child: Cardiovascular Health
  • Michele Hu: Tackling Parkinson’s
  • New Approaches to Marfan Syndrome – Alex Pitcher
  • New ways to treat cancer – Adrian Harris
  • New ways to treat cancer – Prof Adrian Harris
  • NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Open Day 2016
  • Oxford Biobank and diabetes research
  • OxValve – interview with Dr Jo D’Arcy
  • OxValve – patient experiences
  • Paranoia: developments in understanding and treatment
  • Parkinson’s Monument Discovery Project
  • Personalised Cancer Care – Dr Anna Schuh
  • Personalised Cancer Care – Prof Mark Middleton
  • Peter Piot: Ebola’s perfect storm
  • Physical Activity, Ageing and the Brain
  • Prevention and Population Care Theme – Richard Hobbs
  • Prevention of stroke and vascular dementia
  • Remodelling the Brain
  • Research Open Day 15th May 2013
  • Research Open Day 19 May 2014
  • Researching Rare Diseases of the Skeleton: The RUDY Study
  • Scratching the surface of allergic reactions – Prof Graham Ogg
  • Sean Coffey: Undiagnosed heart valve disease in older people
  • Stem Cells – a Cure for All Our Ills?
  • Swine Flu
  • Tackling and tracking TB through DNA analysis
  • Tackling Brain Disease – Open Weeks 2015
  • Tackling epilepsy in the 21st Century
  • The 100,000 Genomes Project – Prof. A. Schuh
  • The challenges associated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria – Prof. Angela Brueggemann
  • Tracking Bugs in Healthcare
  • Treating Early Osteoarthritis
  • Treatment of Leukaemia
  • Ultrasound for cancer treatment
  • Vaccines
  • Vaccines and Infectious Disease – Open Weeks 2015
  • Video Library
  • What is the NIHR?
  • Your genes and your heart – talk by Hugh Watkins