The Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, NDS, is the Academic Department of Surgery of the University of Oxford. We host a multidisciplinary team of senior clinical academic surgeons, senior scientists, junior clinicians and scientists in training.
Surgical Grand Rounds
The impact of length and location of positive margins in predicting biochemical recurrence after robot-assisted radical prostatectomy with a minimum follow-up of 5 years.
Sooriakumaran P. et al, (2015), Bju Int, 115, 106 - 113
Adiponectin As A Link Between Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus And Vascular NADPH-Oxidase Activity In The Human Arterial Wall: The Regulatory Role Of Perivascular Adipose Tissue.
Antonopoulos AS. et al, (2014), Diabetes
Long-term outcome of deep brain stimulation in generalised dystonia: a series of 60 cases.
FitzGerald JJ. et al, (2014), J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 85, 1371 - 1376
The nature of tremor circuits in parkinsonian and essential tremor.
Cagnan H. et al, (2014), Brain, 137, 3223 - 3234
Outcome after deep brain stimulation surgery of the subthalamic nucleus for Parkinson disease: do we understand what is important to our patients?
Joint C. and Aziz TZ., (2014), World Neurosurg, 82, 1035 - 1036
The potential role for regulatory T-cell therapy in vascularized composite allograft transplantation.
Issa F. and Wood KJ., (2014), Curr Opin Organ Transplant, 19, 558 - 565
Biographical sketch: Giles Brindley, FRS.
Kan J. et al, (2014), Br J Neurosurg, 28, 704 - 706
Bridging innate with adaptive immunity in transplantation: triggers, sensors, and modulators.
Wood KJ. et al, (2014), Transplantation, 98, 1021 - 1024
Founded in 1937
Over 170 staff, students and academic visitors
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Postgraduate and Continuing Professional Development opportunities.
The Department's administration team is located in the John Radcliffe Hospital in Headington, Oxford.
Supporting Our Staff
We actively promote the provision of a family friendly working environment, equal opportunities and career development.