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New York Times on Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust IAPT service

New York Times on Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust IAPT service

An article in the New York Times discusses how talk therapy provided by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is helping patients.

The wiser brain: insights from healthy elders

The wiser brain: insights from healthy elders

Dr Joana Cabral leads a study published in Scientific Reports, that reveals that participants with better cognitive performance have different brain activity even when resting quietly inside the MRI scanner.

Brain stimulation may help children with learning difficulties

Brain stimulation may help children with learning difficulties

Applying a brain stimulation method, which was previously suggested to enhance mathematical learning in healthy adults, may improve the performance of children with mathematical learning difficulties, according to an exploratory study by researchers from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.

Helping others can be too much effort

Helping others can be too much effort

Researchers have developed an equation to explain how motivated people are to help others.

Brain Diaries exhibition picks up public engagement award

Brain Diaries exhibition picks up public engagement award

Our most comprehensive public engagement event to date

Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass

Stroll through a series of beautiful microscopy images displaying the works of University of Oxford scientists.

Simon Lovestone knighted in Queen’s Birthday honours

Simon Lovestone knighted in Queen’s Birthday honours

Professor Simon Lovestone, MRCPsych, Professor of Translational Neuroscience, is knighted for services to neuroscience research.

Cheltenham Science Festival

Cheltenham Science Festival

The Cheltenham Science Festival was first held in 2002, and has quickly grown to become one of the most significant of its kind in the UK. The 2017 festival ran from 6-11 June among the presenters were three Oxford Neuroscientists.

Success at OxTALENT Awards

Success at OxTALENT Awards

Members of the Oxford Neuroscience community were successful in two categories of these awards, which celebrate the digital world at the University of Oxford

Researchers take major step forward in Artificial Intelligence

Researchers take major step forward in Artificial Intelligence

The long-standing dream of using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to build an artificial brain has taken a significant step forward, as a team led by Professor Newton Howard from the University of Oxford has successfully prototyped a nanoscale, AI-powered, artificial brain in the form factor of a high-bandwidth neural implant.

Treatments for Eating Disorders developed at Oxford are recommended by NICE

Treatments for Eating Disorders developed at Oxford are recommended by NICE

A treatment developed in Oxford's Department of Psychiatry is recommended for all forms of eating disorder seen in adults

Long-term aspirin use linked to bleeding risk in over 75s

Long-term aspirin use linked to bleeding risk in over 75s

In people aged 75 or over, long-term daily aspirin use is linked to a higher than expected risk of disabling or fatal bleeding, according to a new study in The Lancet.

Even moderate drinking linked to a decline in brain health, finds study

Even moderate drinking linked to a decline in brain health, finds study

Alcohol consumption, even at moderate levels, is associated with increased risk of adverse brain outcomes and steeper decline in cognitive skills, finds a study led by Dr Anya Topiwala at the University of Oxford's Department of Psychiatry, and published by The BMJ.

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