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Our Research

Our research interests are organised into six major themes. Choose one to learn more.

Our Research
Our Research

Cardiac Science

We are recognised internationally for our pioneering approaches to systems biology and to computational modelling of the heart

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Cardiac Science
Cardiac Science

Development and Reproduction

We dissect the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying a range of developmental and reproductive processes

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Development and Reproduction
Development and Reproduction

Functional Genomics

Play a leading role in the development of more efficient and cost-effective sequencing technologies

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Functional Genomics
Functional Genomics

Ion Channels, Transporters and Signalling

We study everything from the structure of ion channels and transporters right up to their role in behaviour and human disease

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Ion Channels, Transporters and Signalling
Ion Channels, Transporters and Signalling

Metabolism and Endocrinology

We use the full range of modern molecular genetic and imaging techniques to study a range of metabolic areas

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Metabolism and Endocrinology
Metabolism and Endocrinology

Neuroscience

We host a number of internationally recognised neuroscience groups, with expertise in a wide range of experimental and computational methods

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Neuroscience
Neuroscience

Welcome

Welcome to the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, a major basic science department within the University of Oxford.

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  • 50+ research groups
  • 100+ graduate students
  • 200+ research grants
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