29 November 2023
An innovative new study working with diverse people living with psychosis and other long-term physical health conditions.
20 July 2023
The Emeritus Professor of Experimental Psychology took up his role on 17 July 2023.
University of Oxford and Selvita collaborate to advance potential therapeutics for Parkinson's Disease
1 June 2023
The University of Oxford and Selvita (WSE: SLV), one of the largest contract research organisations in Europe, are collaborating on drug discovery in the area of Parkinson's disease
22 May 2023
Mental Health and Dementia are a global healthcare crisis, affecting over one billion people worldwide. Of those, over 400 million people are on the Alzheimer's disease continuum, with one person diagnosed every three seconds, and the figure expected to rise as the global population of those over 60 is set to double by 2050.
23 March 2023
The Global Alliance for Living Evidence on aNxiety, depressiOn and pSychosis, or GALENOS project, has launched in central London.
28 February 2023
Andrey Kormilitzin outlines a new participatory study aimed at improving AI to take account of LGBTQI+ people so that their needs are better met by mental health services.
3 February 2023
The first participants in a clinical trial of a bioelectrical therapy to treat incontinence have received their “smart” bioelectronic implants.
15 December 2022
From 2 January 2023, Professor Peter Magill will lead the Medical Research Council Brain Network Dynamics Unit (MRC BNDU) at the University of Oxford.
20 July 2022
A celebration for the opening of the Institute of Developmental & Regenerative Medicine (IDRM) led by Paul Riley took place on Tuesday 12 July 2022, attended by many DPAG members who have recently relocated to this fantastic new Institute.
24 May 2022
Hundreds of thousands of people suffering from insomnia who would usually be prescribed sleeping pills could be offered an app-based treatment programme instead, NICE has said.
16 May 2022
A new paper from researchers at the Department of Paediatrics and the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences has shown that fibroblasts in the thymus, often considered simply as dull “structural” cells, are much more complex than previously thought.
19 April 2022
The only project of its kind anywhere that studies patients with all types of acute vascular events - including strokes, heart attacks, aneurysms - in order to develop better diagnostic tests and treatments celebrates its 20th anniversary this month.