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Professor Helen Dawes of Oxford Brookes University has today been recognised for her exceptional contribution to keeping the nation healthy.
We announce the organization of the INDEPTH Training School on Plant Nuclear Proteomics and cordially invite you to participate.
Registration Deadline: 31th July 2019.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 30th June 2019.
Chosen Participants Will Be Notified By 20th August 2019.
This focussed 2-day workshop aims to introduce some of the outstanding imaging techniques that are enhancing plant science research.
An Oxford Brookes University student is in contention for a national award recognising the pioneering work of the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Physical and psychological support for patients with the deadliest common cancer are not being met according to the first ever UK survey into the experiences of people with pancreatic cancer.
While all eyes will be on Oxford and Cambridge Universities this weekend for the annual Boat Race, we’re pleased to report that Oxford Brookes have also been doing their part to make this a special race.
Nursing Associate Trainee Mahrya Zulfaqar is one of fifteen individual apprentices shortlisted in the 2019 Oxfordshire Apprenticeship Awards.
The aim of this course is to lower the threshold for researchers who use microscopy on a routine basis and demand image analysis for their own research. In line with former initiatives, the P2N workshop is conceived as an inter-University course, but this time it is a featured workshop of the INDEPTH COST Action.
New Oxford Brookes University research is to focus on the world’s first online intervention specifically for parents of children with epilepsy experiencing sleep issues.