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Guidance on when/how applicants should submit extenuating circumstances notices to the Medical School.
Your University Card, commonly known as the “Bod card” (after the Bodleian Library) is your ID card around Oxford University.
The vast majority of University buildings are secured through swipe access on your University card. Your University card will not give access to every building and no member of staff will have access to a building without good reason. Your University card will be activated to give you access to the building where you are located.
With University departments and buildings being spread across the city centre and beyond, you will often find yourself on the go to meet academics or attend seminars in other locations.
Most University buildings have bookable meeting rooms, which will be managed through local booking systems. Please contact the Reception in your building to find out what rooms are available, and how bookings are handled.
The National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging is a network of NHS hospitals, clinical leaders, industry experts in the fields of AI and medical imaging, world-leading academic researchers plus patient groups and charities.
NCIMI brings together hospital trusts, industry innovators, charities, patient groups and funders
NCIMI partners are currently pursuing 11 exemplar projects that are delivering against current unmet need, working with patients and NHS hospitals across the UK. Find out more on the links below.
Lung cancer is the biggest cause of cancer death in the UK and worldwide, with £307M/year cost to the NHS England. Earlier diagnosis is critical for increasing survival, and the current diagnostic pathways can be improved. Randomised controlled trials show that screening programmes can reduce mortality by 20-26%, and detect co-morbid disease and has led to the establishment of a new £70M NHS England lung cancer screening programme,
EchoGo Platform for automated processing of transthoracic echocardiograms for assessment of cardiac parameters in patients undergoing chemotherapy with cardiotoxic drugs.
Current cardiac CT scans can identify areas of coronary artery disease. Caristo have developed a structured learning programme to analyse perivascular fat and predict the likelihood of a vascular event, thus stratifying patients for preventative pharmacotherapy.
Obesity is a huge and increasing problem in our children and young people that has massive potential impacts on the NHS. Latest estimates are that one child in three is overweight or obese when they leave primary school.
Endometriosis is oestrogen-dependent and is defined as the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus cavity.
Positron Emission Tomography with Computed Tomography (PET/CT) can be used for cancer patients to determine the extend of the disease at staging, to monitor treatment at interim time points or to assess remission after treatment has been completed.
Stroke affects 110,000 people each year in the UK and it is the 4th largest cause of death. 8 out of 10 stroke patients who leave hospital do so with a disability. As a result, stroke costs UK society £26 billion per year. The most severe and disabling strokes are due to a large vessel occlusion (LVO).
Diabetes and metabolic syndrome involve a range of end-organ complications. Frontline physicians have access to limited imaging data, and rely on non-specific blood and urine tests.