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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Resilience and MRI correlates of cognitive impairment in community dwelling elders
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Higher-order mentalising and executive functioning
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Density and length in the neighborhood: Explaining cross-linguistic differences in learning to read in English and Dutch.
Marinus E. et al, (2015), J Exp Child Psychol, 139, 127 - 147
Behavioral and cognitive changes after early postnatal lesions of the rat mediodorsal thalamus
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Oxford Psychiatry Autumn School (8th – 10th September 2014)
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A collection of easily accessible and informative videos to help you learn about our research and the brain in general.
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