From our Head of Department
This year the Department celebrates the centenary of pioneering women in physiology at Oxford.
To find out more about their inspiring legacy to science, the University and the Department, follow the link below to watch the video.
Head of Department
Charles Sherrington Lecture 2018
The Charles Sherrington Lecture is to take place this year on Tuesday 17th April at 4pm in the Large Lecture Theatre, Sherrington Building, and will be given by Professor Mu-ming Poo. The lecture will be followed by a drinks and canapes reception in the foyer, at which the Department's new Centre for Integrative Neuroscience will be officially open by former Head of Department, Sir Colin Blakemore. All members of the University are welcome!Find out more
Slit-Robo signalling in heart development.
Zhao J. and Mommersteeg MTM., (2018), Cardiovasc Res
Time-resolved retardance and optic-axis angle measurement system for characterization of flexoelectro-optic liquid crystal and other birefringent devices
Fells JAJ. et al, (2018), Optics Express, 26, 6126 - 6142
What we do
Here at DPAG, we have over 70 research groups working across 6 research themes: Cardiac Sciences; Development & Cell Biology; Metabolism and Endocrinology; Cell Physiology; Functional Genomics; Neuroscience.Find out more
Study with us
We offer a number of study opportunities for undergraduates studying pre-clinical Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, as well as for graduates working towards achieving a DPhil or MSc by Research in Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics.Find out more
The Department is involved in a multitude of exciting projects outside the labs and the library, which benefit the community and have resulted in members of the department receiving awards, funding or publication.Find out more