FROM OUR HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
At the University of Oxford's Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, we undertake discovery science where we reassemble physiological processes at the molecular, cellular, tissue and systems level of organisation. In so doing we provide a bridge to translational medicine, and interface between physical and life sciences. Our students are the future of our research and so we work to provide them with the opportunities to become the next generation of doctors and biomedical scientists. We are committed not only to research and teaching, but also to supporting our staff and students. The Department does not tolerate bullying or harassment of any kind, and actively promotes the provision of a family friendly working environment, equal opportunities and career development.
We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally.
Find out more in our Annual Report (PDF).
When and how does the auditory cortex influence subcortical auditory structures? 7 New insights about the roles of descending cortical projections.
Souffi A. et al, (2021), Frontiers in Neruoscience
Subcortical Circuits Mediate Communication Between Primary Sensory Cortical Areas in Mice
KING A. et al, (2021), Nature Communications
Quantifying activities of daily living impairment in Parkinson's disease using the Functional Activities Questionnaire.
Becker S. et al, (2021), Neurol Sci
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