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Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust recognised as top recruiting site for revolutionary Psychosis study

Article published: 21 May, 2024

The Prevalence in Pathogenic Antibodies in Psychosis (PPIP2) study looks at the presence of certain antibodies in the blood of individuals with psychosis. It is understood that these specific antibodies may be created mistakenly by the immune system in response to an “attack”.

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust Director of Research and Development appointed as University of Oxford Associate Professor

Article published: 14 May, 2024

OHFT Director of Research and Development, Prof. Vanessa Raymont has been conferred the title Associate Professor by the University of Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division.

Meet OHFT Joint Deputy Heads of Research and Development.

Article published: 10 May, 2024

Recently, we chatted with our valued colleagues Tanya Smith and Claudia Hurducas about the expansion of their roles in the R&D department.

Joint Oxford Health and Oxford BRC Open Day: Shaping the Future of Healthcare

Article published: 26 Apr, 2024

You are invited to the Oxford Health and Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Open Day at the Westgate Centre in Oxford between 10am and 3.30pm on Thursday 30 May.

Oxford Health psychiatrists take the podium at RC Psych Awards

Article published: 16 Apr, 2024

Outstanding achievement across a staggering seven categories at the ‘Oscars’ of the psychiatry world

OHFT Mental Health Research Delivery Team lead The Connex Study

Article published: 15 Apr, 2024

Oxford Health’s Mental Health Research Delivery Team took part in the recruitment and delivery of the Connex study and became the national lead for screening and recruiting into the study.

Oxford Health nominee recognised as most engaged student – MEntal Health Student Hybrid Placement Project (MESH)

Article published: 9 Apr, 2024

Oxford Health NHS FT has been piloting a new approach aimed at embedding clinical research into mental health student’s nursing placements. 

Autism research opportunity – OVAAT study recruitment extended

Article published: 5 Apr, 2024

Do you know a young person who can help evaluate a new online autism assessment tool?

Can an antidepressant prevent depression following a traumatic brain injury?

Article published: 4 Apr, 2024

A group of researchers including Oxford Health Foundation Trust (OHFT) Dr Vanessa Raymont, have launched a study to investigate whether a mild anti-depressant called sertraline could reduce the incidence of post traumatic brain injury depression (PTD).

Blood tests for diagnosing dementia a step closer

Article published: 4 Apr, 2024

The University of Oxford and Oxford Health Clinical Research Facility  is part of country-wide trials to identify accurate and quick blood tests that can diagnose dementia.