23 January 2019
The annual lecture is held in honour of the pioneering physiologist and clinical pathologist, Mabel Purefoy Fitgerald.
Frances Ashcroft delivers keynote lecture to Somerset school pupils at Millfield's major annual symposium
17 January 2019
Professor Dame Frances Ashcroft gives talk entitled "The spark of life - the story of ion channels" at Millfield School's Biology and Psychology Symposium to over 250 students from 11 local schools.
16 January 2019
Congratulations are in order for Associate Professor Tim Vogels, who has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship and an ERC Consolidator grant.
14 January 2019
Dr Lak has recently been awarded a Wellcome Trust Henry Dale Fellowship to start his research group studying the circuit mechanisms of learning and decision making.
19 December 2018
Supported by members of her team, the Mommersteeg Group, Helen Potts was part of the Women's Blues Squad in the annual rugby union fixture held at Twickenham. This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Women's Varsity Match.
Professor Kieran Clarke talks at a major public forum given by Ireland's leading gut health institute
12 December 2018
Professor Clarke gives talk entitled “Ketone drinks for endurance exercise” at APC Microbiome Ireland's Public Event on Gut Health for Performance as part of Cork Science Festival 2018.
3 December 2018
Congratulations are in order to Filipa Simões, Nikita Ved and Tonia Thomas for their achievement at the BHF CRE Annual Symposium 2018.
29 November 2018
The research, funded by Parkinson's UK, reveals that an experimental drug, tasquinimod, originally developed for prostate cancer, may have the potential to treat Parkinson's disease.
Glitsch Group research identifying an important protein that could detect the pathological changes leading to disease published in Current Biology
22 November 2018
The Glitsch Group's paper "Coincidence Detection of Membrane Stretch and Extracellular pH by the Proton-Sensing Receptor OGR1 (GPR68)" reveals how the activity of the OGR1 protein may be a crucial factor in the progression of certain diseases
20 November 2018
The Mexican tetra fish can repair its heart after damage. The Mommersteeg Group's paper "Heart regeneration in the Mexican cavefish" suggests that a particular gene may hold the key to this inherent ability. If they can lock down exactly how this works, it may be possible to revolutionise how we heal damaged human hearts.
19 November 2018
The awards were set up last year to celebrate the scientists making a real difference in the lab.
Sir Roger Bannister, renowned athlete, neurologist and Oxford Physiology scholar, commemorated today
14 November 2018
The Sheldonian Theatre is holding a commemorative service to celebrate the life of Sir Roger Bannister CH CBE, both the first person to run a mile in under four minutes and a globally renowned neurologist.