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Oxford team begin pioneering human trial of stem-cell derived islet transplants for type 1 diabetes

The UK arm of international charity Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) has announced a pioneering clinical trial at the Islet Transplant Unit in Oxford University's Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (NDS).

Congratulations to our new Professors and Associate Professors

It is our great pleasure to announce that six of our colleagues have been promoted in the University of Oxford’s 2023 Recognition of Distinction exercise.

Oxford HPB surgical team tackle coast-to-coast cycle route to help cure pancreatic and liver cancer

A group of surgeons and health care workers specialising in the treatment of pancreas, liver, and bile duct cancer are taking part in a coast-to-coast charity bike ride on Friday 22 September.

Professor Massimo Loda to give the 2023 Newton-Abraham Lecture

Professor Massimo Loda, the David D. Thompson Professor and Chairman of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and the Newton-Abraham Visiting Professor at Oxford University, will give the 2023 Newton-Abraham Lecture on Wednesday 20 September at 5pm.