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Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

The Nuffield Department of Medicine (NDM) is a large multi-disciplinary Department that links high quality basic biological science with medical application. Led by Professor Peter Ratcliffe FRS, who is both an active researcher in cell biology and an active clinician, the Department employs in the region of 1000 scientific research staff working in a range of basic science and clinical disciplines. Our researchers contribute to the teaching of 450 medical students within Oxford University's Clinical School.
Our base at the Headington Hospitals campus, Oxford, is now one of the largest centres for biomedical research in Europe with over £200M invested in capital projects and research infrastructure over the last decade. The rapidly growing campus provides a vibrant, highly interactive environment for research development. We are particularly committed to the career development of young scientists, including those from basic science as well as clinical backgrounds. In 2006 the Oxford University / Oxford Radcliffe Hospital Trust partnership successfully competed to be one of five UK Biomedical Research Centres. We played a leading role in this initiative, which provides a range of new opportunities for basic scientists to interact with clinical medical research, and for career development of clinician scientists.
In addition to its Oxford base, the Department operates a number of major overseas programmes in tropical medicine and global health, with research units in Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Kenya supporting activities at numerous sites in S-E Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. We also operate extensive epidemiological and clinical trials networks throughout China, India and South America.
In Oxford, NDM maintains research platforms across structural biology, protein biochemistry, genetics, genomics, proteomics, cell biology, chemical and genetic screening, imaging, bioinformatics, medical statistics, epidemiology, and clinical trials. Thematic research includes cancer biology, immunology, vaccinology, infectious diseases, gastroenterology, dermatology, diabetes and metabolic medicine, renal medicine, respiratory medicine, stroke medicine, and geratology.

Series associated with Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

Africa Oxford Initiative
Autoimmune Disease
Cancer
Career Equality Talks
Centre for Personalised Medicine
Crossing Boundaries
Diabetes and Obesity
Epidemics and Vaccines
Families for the Treatment of Hereditary Motor Neuron Disease
Genetics
Global Health
HIV
Immunology
Inspiring Women in Science
Malaria
McMichael Symposium
NDM International Activities
NDM Public Engagement
NDM Units
Nuffield Department of Medicine, Meet our Students
Revolutionary Biology
Translational and Clinical
Translational Medicine
Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics
Women in Medical Science
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Fighting against Poverty in the African Great Lakes Region: a question of Power and Resistance AfOx Visiting Fellow, Dr Aymar Bisoka from the Catholic University of Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo delivered this seminar co-hosted by AfOx and the African House at Christ Church College. Aymar Bisoka 23 Sep 2019
2 Creative Commons Social ecology of cocoa farming in Ghana AfOx Visiting Fellow, Dr Rebecca Asare from the Nature Conservation Research Centre delivered this seminar co-hosted by AfOx and the African House at Christ Church College. Rebecca Asare 20 Sep 2019
3 Creative Commons Gender and water access- leveraging on social capital for inclusive access AfOx Visiting Fellow Professor Salome Bukachi, University of Nairobi delivered this seminar co-hosted by AfOx and the African House at Christ Church College. Salome Bukachi 20 Sep 2019
4 Medical advice and negotiations of medical authority in Nigerian HIV consultations AfOx Visiting Fellow, Dr Eniola Boluwaduro delivered this talk at All Souls College. Using the methodology of conservation analysis, Eniola examined the way in which doctors negotiate medical authority with patients during HIV consultations in Nigeria. Eniola Boluwaduro 16 Aug 2019
5 Creative Commons Nursing research in a global context Professor Sharon Brownie explains her research on nursing in LMICs Sharon Brownie 16 Jul 2019
6 Creative Commons The treatment and outcomes of care for sick newborns Researcher Jalemba Aluvaala tells us about his work concerning newborn care in LMICs. Jalemba Aluvaala 16 Jul 2019
7 Creative Commons Under pressure, the challenges of neonatal nursing Jacob McKnight tells us about the challenges faced by nurses caring for newborns in Kenya. Jacob McKnight 16 Jul 2019
8 Creative Commons Quantifying nursing care done (or left undone) David Gathara tells us about his work leading nursing research David Gathara 16 Jul 2019
9 Creative Commons Understanding nurses' work to care for sick newborns Social Scientist Jacinta Nzinga tell us about her research on the care of sick newborns. Jacinta Nzinga 16 Jul 2019
10 Creative Commons Health services that deliver for newborns. Professor Mike English tells us about the research project Health Services that Deliver for Newborns. Mike English 16 Jul 2019
11 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in the tropics Professor Tran Hien, founder member of our OUCRU unit in Vietnam tells us about the development of this very successful Clinical Research Unit. Tran Hien 16 Jul 2019
12 Creative Commons Sophisticated biostatistics for complex clinical research Professor Ronald Geskus from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about the contribution of biostatisticians to complex clinical research. Ronald Geskus 16 Jul 2019
13 Creative Commons Viral infections in Laos Dr Audrey Dubot-Peres from our LOMWRU unit in Laos and IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Marseille, France) tells us about her research on viral infections in Laos. Audrey Dubot-Peres 16 Jul 2019
14 Creative Commons Antimicrobial resistance in poultry production Dr Juan Carrique-Mas from OUCRU, our Clinical Research Unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tell us about his research in the development of antimicrobial resistance in small-scale poultry production. Juan Carrique-Mas 16 Jul 2019
15 Creative Commons Mathematical modelling for tropical diseases Lisa White, Professor of Modelling and Epidemiology at our MORU unit in Thailand, tells us how we can use mathematical and economic modelling to better use limited resources to control or eradicate tropical diseases Lisa White 16 Jul 2019
16 Creative Commons Scrub typhus in northern Thailand Dr Tri Wangrangsimakul from our MORU unit and based in Chiangrai, northern Thailand, tells us about his research on scrub typhus. Tri Wangrangsimakul 16 Jul 2019
17 Creative Commons Research at OUCRU Hanoi Professor Rogier van Doorn, director of our OUCRU unit in Hanoi, Vietnam, tells us about his research on antimicrobial resistance and avian influenza. Rogier van Doorn 12 Jul 2019
18 Creative Commons Clinical research in low and middle-income countries Professor Heiman Wertheim from our OUCRU unit in Hanoi, Vietnam, tells us about his research on drug resistant infections in low and middle-income countries. Heiman Wertheim 12 Jul 2019
19 Creative Commons Tuberculosis meningitis Professor Guy Thwaites, director of our OUCRU unit in Vietnam, tells us about his research on tuberculosis meningitis. Guy Thwaites 12 Jul 2019
20 Creative Commons OUCRU laboratory management Dr Motiur Rahman from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about his responsibilities in laboratory management. Motiur Rahman 12 Jul 2019
21 Creative Commons Developing collaborative clinical trials in Indonesia Dr Raph Hamers from our EOCRU unit in Jakarta, Indonesia, tells us how he developed collaborative clinical trials. Raph Hamers 12 Jul 2019
22 Creative Commons Central nervous system and HIV infections in Vietnam Professor Jeremy Day from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about his research on central nervous system and HIV infections in Vietnam. Jeremy Day 12 Jul 2019
23 Creative Commons Connecting research with communities in Nepal Dr Abhilasha Karkey from our Clinical Research Unit in Kathmandu, Nepal, tells us how research is brought to local communities in Nepal. Abhilasha Karkey 12 Jul 2019
24 Creative Commons Health policy and systems Dr Marco Haenssgen tells us about his research on Health policy and systems. Marco Haenssgen 12 Jul 2019
25 Creative Commons Transmission dynamics of hospital acquired infections Dr Tom Crellen from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on transmission dynamics of infections aquired in hospitals. Tom Crellen 12 Jul 2019
26 Creative Commons Antibiotic prescription in primary care Dr Thomas Althaus from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on antibiotic prescription at the point of primary care. Thomas Althaus 12 Jul 2019
27 Creative Commons Curing Plasmodium vivax malaria Professor Ric Price, affiliated with our OUCRU unit, tells us of his research on surveillance, diagnostics and treatments for Plasmodium vivax malaria Ric Price 12 Jul 2019
28 Creative Commons Genomics and global health Professor Olivo Miotto from our MORU programme in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us how genomics can help us improve global health Olivo Miotto 12 Jul 2019
29 Creative Commons Tracking antimalarial resistance and treatment of malaria using Triple ACTs Dr Rob van der Pluijm from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his work as project coordinator in mapping resistance to antimalarials Rob van der Pluijm 12 Jul 2019
30 Creative Commons Blocking malaria transmission Dr Andrea Ruecker from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, talks about possible interventions to block the transmission of falciparum malaria Andrea Ruecker 12 Jul 2019
31 Creative Commons Fighting malaria in Myanmar Professor Frank Smithuis from our MOCRU unit in Myanmar tells us about his research on malaria Frank Smithuis 12 Jul 2019
32 Creative Commons Primaquine and vivax malaria Dr James Watson from MORU in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research in the biology of relapse in vivax malaria, as well as the development of statistical models to better understand the pharmacology of antimalarial drugs. James Watson 12 Jul 2019
33 Creative Commons Using big data to eliminate malaria Dr Xin Hui Chan from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about the use of big data in our efforts to eliminate malaria Xin Hui Chan 12 Jul 2019
34 Creative Commons Malaria elimination and mass drug administration Dr Tom Peto from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us how mass drug administration can help eliminate malaria Tom Peto 12 Jul 2019
35 Creative Commons Primaquine for vivax and falciparum malaria Dr Bob Taylor from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on malaria, and how we can use primaquine to treat vivax malaria and prevent the transmission of falciparum malaria Bob Taylor 12 Jul 2019
36 Driving Africa's prosperity through sustainable and innovative practices Guest lecture by the 6th President of Mauritius- Prof Ameenah Gurib-Fakim. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim 04 Jun 2019
37 Is Africa a Dissimilar System? Oxford Africa Society 2019 Annual Lecture Discussion The discussion after the lecture, with an international guest panel on decolonising education and reimagining the higher education space in Africa and the Diaspora. Running Grass, Sizwe Mkwanazi, Shaeera Kalla, Nompendulo Mkatshwa. 17 May 2019
38 Is Africa a Dissimilar System? Oxford Africa Society 2019 Annual Lecture The Oxford Africa Society will host an annual lecture delivered by the Director of the University of Oxford’s African Studies Centre and Rhodes Professor of Race Relations, Wale Adebanwi. Wale Adebanwi 17 May 2019
39 The Future of Treating Genetic MND Professor Kevin Talbot, University of Oxford, gives the fifth and final talk in the day's event, looking at the future of genetic MND and what the future holds for it. Kevin Talbot 17 Apr 2019
40 Early Genetic Trials in MND: The Sheffield SOD1 Experience Professor Christopher McDermott, University of Sheffield, gives the fourth talk in the day's event, and, along with Dani Baird, a person living with MND and a participant in the SOD1 trial, discuss her experieces in the trial. Christopher McDermott, Dani 17 Apr 2019
41 The Value of Online Shared Experiences Professor Louise Locock and Jade Howard, Univesity of Aberdeen, give the third talk in the day's event, looking at patient's experiences of motor neuron disease and how patients and families share their experiences online Louise Locock, Jade Howard 17 Apr 2019
42 Getting Tested: Experience from the Genetic Clinic Professor Anneke Lucassen, University of Southampton, gives the second talk fo the day, looking at her research and experience from studying the genetics related to MND Anneke Lucassen 17 Apr 2019
43 What are the Issues in Familial MND? Professor Martin Turner, University of Oxford, gives an introduction to the conference, and outlines some of the research his group has been doing on understanding familial MND and how they can treat it. Martin Turner 17 Apr 2019
44 Decolonising African museums: the Africa perspective The debate on decolonising museums has been very lively across the gardens, libraries and museums in Oxford over the last few months. Fredrick Manthi 15 Apr 2019
45 Creative Commons Bolder Action for health in Africa This talk was delivered by Dr Tolullah Oni, Clinical Senior Research Associate, University of Cambridge. Tolullah Oni 15 Mar 2019
46 Creative Commons Is energy bad for Africa? This talk was delivered by Prof Malcolm McCulloch, Co-Director, Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy. Many utility companies are setting up large scale energy projects in African countries. Malcolm McCulloch 15 Mar 2019
47 Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics: How the digital era is transforming Kenya Writer and political activist Nanjala Nyabola delivers our first insaka of 2019. In this podcast, Nanjala explores shifts in power, popular action and social capacity in the digital age. Nanjala Nyabola 06 Feb 2019
48 Animal Models in Reproductive Health Filmed at the CPM's event 'Personalised Medicine in Practice: Advances in Reproductive Science' on 7th March 2017, Erin Greaves gives her talk 'Animal Models in Reproductive Health'. Erin Greaves 24 Nov 2017
49 Personalised Medicine in Endometrial Factor Evaluation: Transcriptomics and Machine Learning Predictors Filmed at the CPM's event 'Personalised Medicine in Practice: Advances in Reproductive Science' on 7th March 2017. Patricia Diaz Gimeno 24 Nov 2017
50 Ethical Issues in Research in Reproductive Medicine Filmed at the CPM's event 'Personalised Medicine in Practice: Advances in Reproductive Science' on 7th March 2017, Michael Parker gives his talk 'Ethical Issues in Research in Reproductive Medicine'. Michael Parker 24 Nov 2017
51 The Evolution of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: Karyomapping and Beyond Filmed at the CPM's event 'Personalised Medicine in Practice: Advances in Reproductive Science' on 7th March 2017, Dagan Wells gives his talk 'The evolution of preimplantation genetic diagnosis: karyomapping and beyond'. Dagan Wells 24 Nov 2017
52 Creative Commons 115 years of malaria in Africa 115 years of malaria data collected in Africa gives the most detailed picture yet of where efforts to control malaria infection are being won and lost across the continent. Bob Snow 11 Oct 2017
53 Creative Commons MORU Students Studentships at the Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit in Bangkok, Thailand Stije Leopold, Stuart Blacksell, Sharanjeet Atwal, Viriya Hantrakun 13 Jun 2017
54 Creative Commons Molecular diagnosis and bacterial genotyping Dr Janjira Thaipadungpanit from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about her research on molecular diagnosis and bacterial genotyping Janjira Thaipadungpanit 12 Apr 2017
55 Creative Commons Molecular diagnosis and bacterial genotyping Dr Janjira Thaipadungpanit from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about her research on molecular diagnosis and bacterial genotyping Janjira Thaipadungpanit 12 Apr 2017
56 Creative Commons Biomarkers for tropical diseases Dr Markus Winterbert from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on biomarkers for tropical diseases Markus Winterberg 12 Apr 2017
57 Creative Commons Biomarkers for tropical diseases Dr Markus Winterbert from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on biomarkers for tropical diseases Markus Winterberg 12 Apr 2017
58 Creative Commons MORU Biosafety Level 3 and melioidosis in Thailand Premjit Amornchai from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about her work as biosafety level 3 lab manager and microbioogy safety officer Premjit Amornchai 12 Apr 2017
59 Creative Commons MORU Biosafety Level 3 and melioidosis in Thailand Premjit Amornchai from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about her work as biosafety level 3 lab manager and microbioogy safety officer Premjit Amornchai 12 Apr 2017
60 Creative Commons Malaria control in Africa Professor Bob Snow from our KEMRI-Wellcome programme in Nairobi, Kenya, tells us how his research brings together epidemiological profiles and government policies to maximise malaria control programmes in Africa Bob Snow 12 Apr 2017
61 Creative Commons Malaria control in Africa Professor Bob Snow from our KEMRI-Wellcome programme in Nairobi, Kenya, tells us how his research brings together epidemiological profiles and government policies to maximise malaria control programmes in Africa Bob Snow 12 Apr 2017
62 Creative Commons Malaria elimination in the Greater Mekong sub-region Dr Lorenz von Seidlein from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on malaria elimination in the Greater Mekong sub-region Lorenz von Seidlein 12 Apr 2017
63 Creative Commons Malaria elimination in the Greater Mekong sub-region Dr Lorenz von Seidlein from our MORU unit in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on malaria elimination in the Greater Mekong sub-region Lorenz von Seidlein 12 Apr 2017
64 Creative Commons Mapping bacterial antibiotic resistance Dr Olga Tosas-Auguet from our unit in Kenya tells us about her research on mapping bacterial antibiotic resistance Olga Tosas-Auguet 17 Feb 2017
65 Creative Commons Tracking infections Professor Derrick Crook from our Experimental Medicine division tells us about his research on tracking infections Derek Crook 10 Feb 2017
66 Creative Commons Bacterial infections in Laos David Dance from our LOMWRU unit in Laos tells us about his research on bacterial infections in Laos, particularly melioidosis David Dance 10 Feb 2017
67 Creative Commons Tracking infections Professor Derrick Crook from our Experimental Medicine division tells us about his research on tracking infections Derrick Crook 08 Feb 2017
68 Creative Commons Mapping bacterial antibiotic resistance Dr Olga Tosas-Auguet from our unit in Kenya tells us about her research on mapping bacterial antibiotic resistance Olga Tosas-Auguet 08 Feb 2017
69 Creative Commons Bacterial infections in Laos David Dance from our LOMWRU unit in Laos tells us about his research on bacterial infections in Laos, particularly melioidosis David Dance 08 Feb 2017
70 Creative Commons Optimising malaria treatment Dr Georgina Humphreys coordinates the WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN) study groups by encouraging partner engagement and managing the data curation and development of publications. Georgina Humphreys 14 Dec 2016
71 Creative Commons Outbreak, the clinical research response Dr Gail Carson is Head of ISARIC Coordinating Centre (International Severe Acute Respiratory and Emerging Infection Consortium), a network of networks established in 2011 to ensure a rapid research response to outbreaks of pandemic potential. Gail Carson 14 Dec 2016
72 Creative Commons Epigenetic modifications and cancer Professor Skirmantas Kriaucionis aims to to elucidate the molecular function of DNA modifications in normal cells and cancer. Skirmantas Kriaucionis 14 Dec 2016
73 Creative Commons Fighting malaria in Myanmar Professor Frank Smithuis is the director of MOCRU, Myanmar Oxford Clinical Research Unit. MOCRU involves a network of 6 clinics and 650 community health workers in remote areas. Frank Smithuis 14 Dec 2016
74 Creative Commons Optimising malaria treatment Dr Georgina Humphreys coordinates the WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN) study groups by encouraging partner engagement and managing the data curation and development of publications. Georgina Humphreys 14 Dec 2016
75 Creative Commons Outbreak, the clinical research response Dr Gail Carson is Head of ISARIC Coordinating Centre (International Severe Acute Respiratory and Emerging Infection Consortium), a network of networks established in 2011 to ensure a rapid research response to outbreaks of pandemic potential. Gail Carson 14 Dec 2016
76 Creative Commons Epigenetic modifications and cancer Professor Skirmantas Kriaucionis aims to to elucidate the molecular function of DNA modifications in normal cells and cancer. Skirmantas Kriaucionis 14 Dec 2016
77 Creative Commons Fighting malaria in Myanmar Professor Frank Smithuis is the director of MOCRU, Myanmar Oxford Clinical Research Unit. MOCRU involves a network of 6 clinics and 650 community health workers in remote areas. Frank Smithuis 14 Dec 2016
78 Why we work on Alzheimer’s disease Housed within the Target Discovery Institute, the Alzheimer’s Research UK Oxford Drug Discovery Institute (ODDI) juxtaposes drug discovery expertise alongside scientific and academic understanding of patients, disease mechanisms and model systems. John Davis 30 Nov 2016
79 Creative Commons Gastrointestinal cancers Dr Claire Palles studies whole genome sequencing data and targeted analyses with the aim of discovering genetic variants that affect susceptibility to colorectal cancer and Barrett’s oesophagus. Claire Palles 30 Nov 2016
80 Creative Commons Poor quality medicines LOMWRU researchers conduct clinical research to help improve global, regional and Lao public health. They focus on infectious diseases, and also investigate diseases of nutrition and poverty. Paul Newton 30 Nov 2016
81 Creative Commons Why we work on Alzheimer’s disease Housed within the Target Discovery Institute, the Alzheimer’s Research UK Oxford Drug Discovery Institute (ODDI) juxtaposes drug discovery expertise alongside scientific and academic understanding of patients, disease mechanisms and model systems. John Davis 30 Nov 2016
82 Creative Commons Gastrointestinal cancers Dr Claire Palles studies whole genome sequencing data and targeted analyses with the aim of discovering genetic variants that affect susceptibility to colorectal cancer and Barrett’s oesophagus. Claire Palles 30 Nov 2016
83 Creative Commons Poor quality medicines LOMWRU researchers conduct clinical research to help improve global, regional and Lao public health. They focus on infectious diseases, and also investigate diseases of nutrition and poverty. Paul Newton 30 Nov 2016
84 Creative Commons High altitude illness Director of OUCRU-Nepal, Dr Buddha Basnyat studies high altitude illness as well as undifferentiated febrile illness in the tropics, both common but neglected problems in Nepal. Buddha Basnyat 02 Nov 2016
85 Creative Commons High altitude illness Director of OUCRU-Nepal, Dr Buddha Basnyat studies high altitude illness as well as undifferentiated febrile illness in the tropics, both common but neglected problems in Nepal. Buddha Basnyat 02 Nov 2016
86 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in Indonesia Professor Kevin Baird leads our Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit (EOCRU) in Jakarta, Indonesia. Kevin Baird 02 Nov 2016
87 Creative Commons Finding the best malaria treatments Dr Mehul Dhorda heads the Asia Regional Centre of the WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN). Mehul Dhorda 02 Nov 2016
88 Creative Commons Evolution and pathogenicity of viruses Professor Peter Simmonds studies the epidemiology, evolution and emergence of a wide range of human pathogenic viruses. Peter Simmonds 02 Nov 2016
89 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in Indonesia Professor Kevin Baird leads our Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit (EOCRU) in Jakarta, Indonesia. Kevin Baird 02 Nov 2016
90 Creative Commons Finding the best malaria treatments Dr Mehul Dhorda heads the Asia Regional Centre of the WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN). Mehul Dhorda 02 Nov 2016
91 Creative Commons Evolution and pathogenicity of viruses Professor Peter Simmonds studies the epidemiology, evolution and emergence of a wide range of human pathogenic viruses. Peter Simmonds 02 Nov 2016
92 Creative Commons Introducing Mesh: The Global Health Network's Community Engagement Webspace This webinar features introductions from Francois Van Loggerenberg, scientific lead at the Global Health Network, and community engagement consultant Georgia Bladon to the community engagement platform Mesh. Francois van Loggerenberg, Georgia Blazon 31 Oct 2016
93 Creative Commons X-rays for drug discovery Professor Frank von Delft works to ensure that X-ray structures can serve as a routine and predictive tool for generating novel chemistry for targeting proteins. Frank von Delft 23 Sep 2016
94 Creative Commons X-rays for drug discovery Professor Frank von Delft works to ensure that X-ray structures can serve as a routine and predictive tool for generating novel chemistry for targeting proteins. Frank von Delft 23 Sep 2016
95 Method in the Motion A unique evening combining a scientific talk with inspirational dance. Irina Pulyakhina, Flux 14 Jul 2016
96 Creative Commons Modelling bacterial drug resistance Professor Ben Cooper from MORU in Thailand uses mathematical modelling and statistical techniques to help understand the dynamics of infectious disease and evaluate potential control measures. Ben Cooper 01 Jul 2016
97 Creative Commons Epidemiology and malaria elimination Dr Richard Maude's work combines clinical studies, descriptive epidemiology and mathematical modelling of malaria in South and Southeast Asia. Richard Maude 01 Jul 2016
98 Creative Commons Modelling bacterial drug resistance Professor Ben Cooper from MORU in Thailand uses mathematical modelling and statistical techniques to help understand the dynamics of infectious disease and evaluate potential control measures. Ben Cooper 01 Jul 2016
99 Creative Commons Epidemiology and malaria elimination Dr Richard Maude's work combines clinical studies, descriptive epidemiology and mathematical modelling of malaria in South and Southeast Asia. Richard Maude 01 Jul 2016
100 Creative Commons Why data management matters Naomi’s work focuses on supporting researchers to collect, clean and store research data. Naomi Waithira 02 Jun 2016