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The HLS Research Office provides support for academic staff and research students in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences to undertake high quality, high impact research and knowledge exchange activities. It also supports the Faculty in the development and delivery of the strategies which lead to these activities. We are based on the second floor of the Colonnade Building at the Headington campus - Please drop in and see us!
Work by Oxford Brookes University to increase the activity levels of children with neurological conditions is highlighted in a new National campaign. MadeAtUni: Energising Places, launched by Universities UK and British Universities and Colleges Sport, celebrates the role of universities in the health and wellbeing of communities across the UK.
Nurseries can be noisy places. A clutch of three-year-olds gathered round a book shout excitedly. Across the room, a small committee of toddlers negotiates over stickers and string.
Research has found that training stroke survivors to walk at a faster speed during recovery can help improve the brain function that enables people to walk and perform another task simultaneously, known as dual-task walking. The research, led by academics at Oxford Brookes University, was funded by the Stroke Association.