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Safety and High Level Efficacy of the Combination Malaria Vaccine Regimen of RTS,S/AS01B With Chimpanzee Adenovirus 63 and Modified Vaccinia Ankara Vectored Vaccines Expressing ME-TRAP. J Infect Dis, 214 (5). Article

Systematic Functional Characterization of Candidate Causal Genes for Type 2 Diabetes Risk Variants. Diabetes. Article

53BP1 Integrates DNA Repair and p53-Dependent Cell Fate Decisions via Distinct Mechanisms. Mol Cell. Article

Estimating Geographical Variation in the Risk of Zoonotic Plasmodium knowlesi Infection in Countries Eliminating Malaria. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 10 (8). Article

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New Medical Sciences Division podcast

New Medical Sciences Division podcast

Updated 28/09/2016

Sandy Douglas from the Jenner institute features in this Medical Sciences Division podcast on viruses, released to mark World Rabies Day. He discusses the first rabies vaccine and his new strategy to fight rabies using an adenovirus. Other scientists from the Division talk about using viruses to understand how the brain work.

Oxford ranked first among global universities

Oxford ranked first among global universities

Updated 22/09/2016

Oxford becomes the first British university ever to occupy top position in the global table, which judges the performance of 980 universities across 79 countries. Oxford’s top ranking reflects its all-round strength in contemporary research and teaching. 

Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe wins Lasker research awards

Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe wins Lasker research awards

Updated 14/09/2016

Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe has won one of the most prestigious prizes in medicine. The Lasker Awards recognise contributions that have allowed major advances in the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human disease. Professor Ratcliffe is to receive the prizes for his work understanding the mechanisms by which cells sense and signal hypoxia (low oxygen levels)

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