The NIHR Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre officially launched on 1st April 2017.
Our health visitors have already helped recruit 40 local families into an international study on reducing behaviour problem in children.
Oxford Health is at the top of the table for most people recruited to take part in research studies.
Find out how NHS research in Oxfordshire is helping to improve the lives of people under our care in a free drop-in event on June 13.
Clinical Psychologist Dr Daniel Freeman is interviewed about how VR can be a healthcare tool.
A grandmother with dementia speaks on why she is taking part in research at Oxford Health.
Professor Andrea Cipriani is the Trust’s new Associate R&D Director.
Participants wanted for the Lithium versus Quetiapine in Depression (LQD) study.
A new study sets out principles for responsibly testing innovative treatments for severe depression.
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is to spearhead the development of digital technology in mental healthcare nationally, thanks to £5m funding.
Consultant clinical psychologist Dr Daniel Freeman has been awarded a major research grant to study how VR can help with persecutory delusions.
Research funding event on 25th May for academics and clinical researchers.
We are currently looking for a participants for a research study testing a treatment for depression.
Dr Agnes Ayton, consultant psychiatrist Cotswold House, comments on the ‘epidemic’ of eating disorders in middle-aged women.
Fran Mada, one of our nurses, tells us about how she got into research.
Last updated: 3 August, 2016