We are at the forefront of one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century - deciphering how the brain works. Oxford Neuroscience coordinates neuroscience research across four University of Oxford campuses, including departments at the John Radcliffe and Warneford Hospitals. Our aim is to translate discoveries from the laboratory through to improving clinical practice.
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Behrman S. et al, (2015), The encyclopedia of adulthood and aging
Resilience and MRI correlates of cognitive impairment in community dwelling elders
Topiwala A. et al, (2015), British Journal of Psychiatry
Aging and Psychological Stress
Zsoldos E. and Ebmeier KP., (2015), Stress Concepts, Cognition, Emotion and Behavior, 1
The structure of online social networks mirrors those in the offline world
Dunbar RIM. et al, (2015), Social Networks, 43, 39 - 47
Rotating plates: Online study demonstrates the importance of orientation in the plating of food
Michel C. et al, (2015), Food Quality and Preference, 44, 194 - 202
Oxford Dementia Research Day
The second Oxford Dementia Research Day will be held on Thursday, 16th July 2015 from 9:30am to 5.30pm at St John’s College, Oxford.
A collection of easily accessible and informative videos to help you learn about our research and the brain in general.
We are very active in engaging with the public to promote our research and encourage participation.