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Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) has made a grant of £11.5 million to the University of Oxford, which the University will match with other funding, to allow the development of major clinical research facilities which have the potential to support the introduction of innovative and ground-breaking treatments for patients.

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Oxford is one of the most vibrant places both in the UK and internationally for healthcare research, and this grant will strengthen the partnership between OUH and the University of Oxford.

OUH and the University are strategic partners in the largest Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) in England, which supports the Trust's strategic theme of World Class Research, Education, and Innovation.

The projects which are covered by the £11.5 million grant will support both the future of the Oxford BRC and clinical innovation to benefit patients.

Read the full story on the OUH website