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OxINMAHR is a Faculty-wide Research Institute which comprises a community of scholars who share a passion to identify, examine and implement best quality health care within our areas of expertise.
Whilst we span various disciplines, our common goal is to produce world-class collaborative health care research.
The aims of the Institute are to:
Movement and Rehabilitation research group (MOReS) (led by Professor Helen Dawes) – internationally recognised for their research on how exercise and physical activity is delivered for people with long-term neurological conditions.
The Supportive Cancer Care research group (led by Professor Eila Watson) – internationally recognised as a leading group in cancer survivorship research.
The Children and Families research group (led by Professor Jane Appleton) – internationally recognised for their research on child and family health, with particular expertise in child and young people safeguarding.
The Prevention Science research group (led by Professor David Foxcroft) – internationally recognised for their research into the causes, consequences, and prevention of poor physical and mental health.
Our research centres (below) incorporate a number of research groups and it is common for individual researchers to belong to several groups. This reflects our philosophy that many areas of health research require a multi-disciplinary approach. We also believe that this mixing of senior and junior researchers from different disciplines enables comprehensive health research development and maximises potential impact of our work.
Centre for Movement, Occupational and Rehabilitation Sciences (MOReS)
Centre for Nursing, Health and Social Care
Centre for Nutrition and Health
Other Research Groups
Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity Research Group
Cardiorespiratory Research Group
Prevention Science Research Group
Radiation Biology, Genomic Instability and Cellular Communication Research Group
We prioritise connecting our research with national policy and practice by partnering with key institutions in and around Oxford. Our key research partners in Oxford are: