EXPERTS IN WOMEN'S HEALTH
The Nuffield Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (NDOG) encompasses multi-disciplinary research across the full spectrum of women’s health. Our work has four overarching themes; Cancer, Global Health, Maternal & Fetal Health and Reproductive Medicine & Genetics. We also teach students and provide clinical care for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. This huge and varied breadth of work makes us one of the largest academic and clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology departments in the UK. The Department also now includes The George Institute for Global Health (TGI) whose mission is to increase access to quality health care for millions of people worldwide - with a particular focus on vulnerable women in resource-poor settings.Find out more
WORLD-CLASS MSc IN CLINICAL EMBRYOLOGY
This one-year, residential, taught MSc course is based in purpose built premises at the Institute of Reproductive Sciences in Oxford with dedicated state of the art teaching and research facilities. It has won numerous University awards for teaching innovation and excellence. We are still accepting applications for the MSc in Clinical Embryology starting in October 2016.
Correlates of knee bone marrow lesions in younger adults
Antony B. et al, (2016), Arthritis Research & Therapy, 18
Association of Interferon Regulatory Factor-4 Polymorphism rs12203592 With Divergent Melanoma Pathways.
Gibbs DC. et al, (2016), J Natl Cancer Inst, 108
The impact of body mass index on the associations of lipids with the risk of coronary heart disease in the Asia Pacific region.
Hirakawa Y. et al, (2016), Prev Med Rep, 3, 79 - 82
Total cholesterol as a risk factor for coronary heart disease and stroke in women compared with men: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Peters SA. et al, (2016), Atherosclerosis, 248, 123 - 131
Effect of Pseudomonas aeruginosa on sperm capacitation and protein phosphorylation of boar spermatozoa.
Sepúlveda L. et al, (2016), Theriogenology, 85, 1421 - 1431
Population attributable fractions and joint effects of key risk factors for multiple sclerosis
van der Mei I. et al, (2016), Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 22, 461 - 469
Founded in 1937
one of the UK's largest academic clinical departments in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
We are located across four Oxford sites: the Women's Centre, Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Reproductive Sciences and Oxford Martin School. See more
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