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The University of Oxford and local NHS partners have won £126.5 million to support medical research.

Researchers examining image of brain scan © John Cairns / OU Images

The money, from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), includes £113.7 million for the existing University of Oxford/ Oxford University Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) and £12.8 million for a new Biomedical Research Centre specialising in mental health and dementia, run by the University and Oxford Health NHS Trust.

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