24 November 2023
Working with collaborators from across Oxford (Thomas Milne, Nick Crump, James McCullagh, Roman Fisher, Marjorie Fournier), in Cambridge (Sophie Trefely), and at Great Ormond Street Hospital (Steve Krywawych), Pawel Swietach and KC Park working at DPAG have published a new article, 'Disrupted propionate metabolism evokes transcriptional changes in the heart by increasing histone acetylation and propionylation', in Nature Cardiovascular Research.
15 November 2023
Rui Ponte Costa has received an EPSRC New Investigator award for research exploring Cerebellum-inspired parallel deep learning
9 November 2023
Professor Andrew King and members of his research group have just published a new paper ‘Hierarchical temporal prediction captures motion processing along the visual pathway’ in the journal eLife.
Congratulations to DPAG Award winners at the Medical Sciences Teaching Excellence 2023 Awards Ceremony!
2 November 2023
Four of DPAG’s academic community were Award winners at the Teaching excellence awards.
1 November 2023
Robin Klemm has won, together with with Carol Robinson (Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Discovery) and Bart Deplancke (EPFL, Switzerland) a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to profile metabolism across scales.
1 November 2023
The first digital atlas showing how the human brain develops in the womb has been published by a global research team led by the University of Oxford.
25 October 2023
A collaborative team of DPAG, Chemistry and Oxford Martin School (OMS) researchers have achieved the first step to printing the 6 distinct layers of the cerebral cortex as part of a landmark project seeking to repair brain damage by transplanting replicated ‘pre-organised’ printed neural tissue.
12 October 2023
A team of Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre (OPDC) researchers and supporters including Professor Laura Parkkinen, Dr Ira Milosevic and a team from the Wade-Martins Group took part in the annual Walk for Parkinson's in Henley-on-Thames organised by Parkinson's UK, in conjunction with the Parkinson’s UK Oxford Branch.
9 October 2023
Professor Shankar Srinivas (based in the IDRM), has received a Wellcome Discovery Award.