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New trial using skin patches as an ‘early warning system’ to spot lung transplant rejection

A new trial, SENTINEL, is set to investigate if skin patches can be used as an early warning system to identify if lung transplants are being rejected, so treatment can begin sooner, reducing the chance of longer lasting organ damage.

Director of NDS SITU secures exchange fellowship from American Surgical Association

Congratulations to Associate Professor Sheraz Markar who has been awarded the 2024 American Surgical Association - European Surgical Association (ASA-ESA) Exchange Program Fellowship.

Establishing Healthcare Workers’ Confidence in AI: New case study published

A case study from Articulate Pro, written by Monica Dolton and Associate Professor Clare Verrill, on how to build healthcare workers' confidence in artificial intelligence (AI) has recently been published by NHS England.

Fire and Wire podcast: Oxford women making a global impact

This International Women's Day (8 March), Professor Irene Tracey sat down with women from across the University who are making a global impact with their work.

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