21 October 2019
Congratulations are in order to Professor Manuela Zaccolo on being elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology.
4 September 2019
Researchers shortlisted for Young Investigator Award, with three wins
4 September 2019
Researchers develop a heart ‘fingerprint’ to tailor personalised treatments.
15 August 2019
An image from Radcliffe Department of Medicine researchers has been voted the supporters favourite in the annual British Heart Foundation 'Reflection of Research' image competition.
14 August 2019
This year's "Reflections of Research" competition, run by the British Heart Foundation, selects "The Forming Heart" by Dr Richard Tyser as the Judge's runner-up
22 July 2019
A collaborative paper from the De Val and Smart Groups has established multiple regulatory pathways responsible for the formation of blood vessels in the developing heart. In doing so they have identified a crucial pathway that is repressed in the adult heart after injury, which may hold the key to a new and improved strategy for repair.
15 July 2019
Researchers in the Medical Sciences Division have established a key cause of micro blood vessels constricting during surgery to reopen a blocked artery, and identified a potential therapeutic target to block the mechanism behind it.
3 June 2019
A new discovery on how iron deficiency affects the vasculature of the lung could hold the key to improving treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension.
24 May 2019
Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Dr Oliver Stone’s paper “Paraxial mesoderm is the major source of lymphatic endothelium” published in Developmental Cell reveals the earliest known step in the formation of the lymphatic vasculature.
8 April 2019
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has awarded the University of Oxford £6 million to further develop the Oxford BHF Centre of Research Excellence (Oxford BHF CRE) for the next 5 years.
BHF Senior Fellowship renewal for Damian Tyler paves the way for improving diagnostic imaging in Heart Disease
29 March 2019
Congratulations are in order for Professor Damian Tyler, who has been awarded a renewal of his British Heart Foundation Senior Fellowship. The award will fund a project designed to develop a new imaging approach, enabling doctors to diagnose heart diseases more accurately.