22 April 2020
Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (NDS) scientist Professor Newton Howard and his teams are working on the implementation of a COVID-19 saliva test.
21 May 2019
Oxford University has today unveiled two access schemes which will enable more academically talented students from under-represented backgrounds to successfully apply to study.
21 November 2018
Professor David Cranston and Sir Peter J Morris have authored a new book about the extraordinary life of William Morris, Lord Nuffield.
26 September 2018
Oxford was today declared the world’s number one university for the third successive year in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
9 August 2016
At the heart of the Medical Sciences Division graduate student community is the annual DPhil Day – a one day event, which brings together DPhil students from all 16 departments, to showcase the breadth and depth of basic and clinical research taking place across the Division.
18 August 2015
For the eighth year running, the University of Oxford’s Medical School is ranked highest of all UK medical school in terms of student satisfaction.
30 March 2015
Three members of the Patient Safety Academy team will be presenting posters at the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors annual conference in Daventry (13-16 April 2015).
30 March 2015
On the 24 March 2015, the Patient Safety Academy (PSA) hosted a workshop to share knowledge and experiences on patient safety from the UK and USA.
17 February 2015
The BRC brings together the research expertise of the University of Oxford, the clinical skills of staff of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and the experiences of patients to improve healthcare. Come and join us for 2 weeks of talks, tours and exhibitions and learn about our projects! In particular, NDS is involved in the Open Day on Wednesday 11th March, where we will showcase the latest technology developments in healthcare. Two talks will be given by members of our department
5 February 2015
The COPE team is very pleased and proud to announce that COPE was chosen as a project success story by the European Commission DG Research & Innovation.
29 January 2015
The 16th January saw the first liver randomised in Barcelona in the WP2 Liver Trial! It was randomised to Normothermic Machine Perfusion arm and a member of the Consortium is currently in Barcelona with the team to take them out on this first machine procedure.
12 January 2015
The Consortium for Organ Preservation in Europe (COPE) – an EU funded surgical research project on organ preservation – is running three clinical trials in five European countries. As of December 2014, all COPE trials are now live.
27 October 2014
The SITU team were overwhelmed with the amount of cakes and baked goodies which were donated to their cake sale, held on Monday, 27th October in the Botnar Research Centre.