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Vladyslav Vyazovskiy will head up new Gordon Research Conference

General Vyazovskiy Group News

Vladyslav Vyazovskiy will be the first chair of a new Gordon Research Conference on Neurobiology of Psychedelics.

Mootaz Salman wins SEB 2024 President’s Medal

OPDC News Salman Group News Wade-Martins Group News

Dr Mootaz Salman has been awarded the Society for Experimental Biology (SEB) 2024 President’s Medal for the Cell Biology Section

Professor Molly Stevens made a Dame in New Year’s Honours

Awards and Honours General Head of Department's News

The New Year Honours 2024 Lists have been published, marking the achievements and service of extraordinary people across the UK, including Professor Molly Stevens

New Paper on Layer 6b published by Professor Zoltan Molnar and colleagues in Neuron

Molnar Group News Publication Research

Professor Zoltan Molnar has collaborated with colleagues on a new paper in Neuron.

Breakthrough Insights: Diffusion-Limited Oxygen Release from Stored Blood Unveiled in New Article

General Publication Research

In a new article published in Blood, the journal of the American Society of Hematology, researchers from the Department of Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics (DPAG) and The Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (NDS) at the University of Oxford present compelling evidence that challenges established notions about oxygen delivery during organ perfusion.

Researchers characterise the landscape of somatic mutations among acid-base transporters in human cancers

Publication Research

A new paper lead by DPhil student Bobby White and Professor Pawel Swietach from DPAG’s Swietach Group explores the role that somatic mutations affecting plasma membrane acid-base transporters play in human cancer evolution. The team identify acid-base transporters that are essential to cancer cell survival, and those where somatic mutations are likely to play a driving role in certain cancer types.

Farewell to the Le Gros Clark Building


We say goodbye to a building that has been central through our development as DPAG

Brain Health Innovation Summit

General Molnar Group News

Where expertise meets innovation: a taskforce driving brain health research

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