Experimental Medicine is part of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford. Staff are based at the John Radcliffe Hospital, the Churchill Hospital, the Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research, the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine and the Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital.
Administration support for Experimental Medicine is based on Level 5 of the John Radcliffe Hospital in Headington with research units having their own admin support attached to where they are based.
During the developing COVID-19 pandemic, NDM Experimental Medicine is taking measures to prevent the spread of the disease.
Departments are instructed by the University's Registrar to continue to work from home where possible, and manage the return to on site working, based on the University guidelines for risk assessments and work prioritisation.
This is to restrict contact between individuals as far as possible. The University remains open and operating as far as possible with the following restrictions:
- No public access to the University
- On-site activity permitted where it cannot be undertaken remotely, driven by safety, capacity and other factors such as schools reopening/other changes in government guidelines
- Teaching and assessment are undertaken remotely where possible and, depending on government guidelines, gatherings of staff and students only permitted where essential for teaching and assessment to take place
20 October 2020
Two vital research programmes taking place at the University of Oxford may hold the key to understanding the immunity of recovered Covid-19 patients. The data will also be used by Professor Sarah Walker at the University of Oxford who is working with the Office for National Statistics on the COVID-19 Infection Survey.
12 October 2020
Prof Walker, Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Medicine, was recognised for services to academia and the COVID-19 response and will receive an OBE.
Oxford IBD MasterClass 2021
Immunology and Immuno-Modulatory Therapy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Bench to Bedside
Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic we have decided to postpone the Oxford IBD MasterClass 2020 to 6th & 7th September 2021.
Our intention is to keep the agenda in line with the programme we designed this year, but we will be re-assessing to ensure the latest cutting-edge developments are shared with you.
For those who have already registered a full refund will be given.
Full details for 2021 will be shared in due course and registration will open later in the year. If you like us to notify you when registration is open please send an email to OMC2021@ndm.ox.ac.uk
Podcast: Meet our Researchers
Before translating basic research into the clinic it is important first to undergo clinical trials in order to identify safe treatments and therapies for disease. Led by Prof Simon Travis, the Gastroenterology Clinical Trials Facility at Oxford University works to translate basic research into clinical trials of novel therapies for gastrointestinal and liver diseases.
The Nuffield Department of Medicine operates unit-based formal mentoring schemes for all externally funded research fellows.
We currently have a large number of postgraduate students studying within Experimental Medicine.
Jobs and Vacancies
There is a wide range of opportunities in the Experimental Medicine Division.