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Latest News Archive

2016 Advanced Apprenticeship Award
 
A new DNA repair pathway discovery by the Ramadan group
 
Gold nanoparticles help deliver lethal one-two punch to cancer
 
Environmental sustainability
 
University of Oxford researchers awarded more than £140,000 to develop new techniques to detect pancreatic cancer
 
Oxford talking about Stand up to Cancer
 
Athena SWAN silver award for the Department of Oncology
 
Charles Conrad Memorial Award Winner
 
Fourth annual school video competition launched
 
Oxford Researcher awarded nearly £1m to explore potential "game changing" treatment for prostate cancer
 
Oxfordshire Science Festival - signalling progress in cancer research
 
A UNIQ course in cancer research
 
A festival of medical research
 
Congratulations to our new Professors, Associate Professors and University Research Lecturers
 
Junior Research Fellow of the Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund
 
Oxfordshire Science Festival
 
MRC Festival of Medical Research: takes to the road
 
Ricky Sharma appointed as Professor of Radiation Oncology at UCL
 
Academy of Medical Sciences honours eight Oxford researchers
 
Oxford scientists lead the way in cutting-edge cancer research
 
Video competition winners visit the Department of Oncology
 
Oxford charities come together for World Cancer Day
 
Oxford researcher secures funding for powerful imaging technique in pancreatic cancer
 
Ruth Muschel honoured by the University of Pennsylvania
 
Early signs of success for pioneering treatment at Oxford Early Phase Clinical Trials Unit
 
Oxford ECMC announces new lead & CXD101 trial update
 
Conferring of the Roche Discovery Oncology Award
 
Pancreatic Cancer UK funds new Oxford researcher in the fight against pancreatic cancer
 
Scientists discover how to better map brain tumours
 
Dr Avinash Gupta wins McElwain Prize
 
WEE-ding out cancer
 
DNA damage takes the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2015
 
Third annual school video competition launched
 
Public engagement course graduates tell their story at the Science Museum
 
Brilliant Minds
 
40 Years and 40 Objects
 
Getting Muddy for Cancer Research!
 
Interview with Sarah Blagden, Associate Professor of Experimental Cancer Therapeutics
 
Life-long learning; courses in cancer research
 
Oxford to Pioneer Precision Cancer Medicine as a New Cancer Research UK Major Centre
 
Anne Kiltie Wins Flame of Hope Award
 
Ester Hammond Receives 2015 Michael Fry Research Award
 
£5 Million Stratified Medicine Programme Launched to Personalise Care for Bowel Cancer Patients
 
Success for Reverse the Odds at Emmy Awards.
 
Oxford Medical Sciences excels in REF 2014 exercise
 
Changing the World through Tech
 
Reverse the Odds Reaches 2 Million Analysis Landmark
 
Professor Gillies McKenna Receives Gold Medal
 
Scientists under fire awarded the 2014 John Maddox Prize for Standing up for Science
 
New Cancer Research Partnerships Announced
 
Reverse the Odds – Cancer Research Needs You!
 
UK Young Scientists scoop third prize on the European stage
 
Nature Genetics Paper published by Professor Kristijan Ramadan Group
 
'Hospital Hero' Nomination for Department of Oncology Oncologist
 
Department of Oncology recognised with Athena SWAN bronze award
 
Oncology takes a digital outreach award
 
Major EPSRC Programme Grant to Support New Oxford Centre for Drug Delivery Devices
 
Department of Oncology Engages the Public at BRC Open Day
 
CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology Features on BBC Radio 4
 
The Department of Oncology’s ‘Evolution of Cancer’ board game receives press coverage
 
Professor Peter O'Neill Receives 2014 Failla Award
 
CRUK Programme Grant Success for Len Seymour
 
New trial of personalised cancer treatment begins in Oxford
 
UK Young Scientists of the Year 2014
 
MErCuRIC study launched
 
Prestigious Royal College of Radiologists 2014 Gold Medal Awarded to Professor Gillies McKenna
 
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