A photographic exhibition showcasing groundbreaking NHS research has been launched in Oxford. ‘The Body Unlocked: How Research is Changing Lives’ features life-sized photographs of people who have taken part in studies, as well as researchers at work and microscopic images of cells and bacteria.
Early to mid-career investigators are critical to the work and success of the Oxford BRCs. In recognition of this, we have established the BRC senior fellows award scheme to support individuals with the potential to become future leaders in translational research. The closing date for applications is 4th March 2020.
At the beginning of January the Oxford Health BRC welcomed 16 delegates from across England to OxCEMM 2020 – our flagship course in experimental medicine for mental health.
Now in its second year the course is has been created to provide a practical grounding in experimental medicine for mental health. The training is designed for clinical and pre-clinical staff and trainees, and medical doctors at any career stage. This year’s diverse cohort included participants from a wide range of backgrounds including psychiatry, pharmacy and cognitive behavioural therapy.
Oxford Health BRC is supporting its second Academic Paper Writing Retreat for Nurses. The retreat will take place at the Department of Psychiatry on 7th, 9th and 10th March 2020. The retreat is designed to provide uninterrupted time and space to write up a paper for submission to an academic journal. As well as protected…