Clinical Trial Units
At any one time the University of Oxford sponsors around 1,000 academic designed and led clinical research studies within the EU of which about 150 are interventional trials ranging from phase I to phase IV. The University sponsors approximately 350 further studies outside the EU, largely through its Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health.
Our Clinical Trial Units
We run five UKCRC fully-registered specialist clinical trials units, supporting national, multinational and multicentre trials, ranging from phase I to phase IV.
Clinical Trial Management
Careers in clinical trial management, details of training and development courses and guidance for anyone interested in pursuing a career in trial management.
Participate in a Clinical Trial
If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, this page contains links to Clinical Trial Units across the University and NHS that maybe recruiting participants.
Latest Clinical Trial News
New phase 3 trial data confirm the uniquely high efficacy and good safety profile of the R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine in African children
1 February 2024
Investigators immunised over 4800 young children in a trial in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali and Tanzania and found on average 78% efficacy in the 5–17-month age group over the first year To date 25 million doses manufactured and ready for roll-out by The Serum Institute of India (SII) in the next three to four months
Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences set to deliver clinical trials expertise to China National Biotec Group in new collaboration
28 November 2023
The training initiative builds the foundations to explore further collaborations encompassing joint research efforts, leadership programmes, and a shared commitment to advancing clinical trials.
26 October 2023
This study will test the responses of cells in lymph nodes before and after immunisation with flu and COVID-19 vaccines and compare reactions in older and younger adults