Hear from our researchers
LAB TALK & Sixty Seconds with
In LabTalk we interview researchers and lab groups about their research, life in the lab, their experience of Oxford, and their thoughts on Public Engagement with Research.
In Sixty Seconds with, we interview staff from across the division to find out about their role and career to date.
Read our Lab Talk and Sixty Seconds interviews
INTERNAL FUNDING INTERVIEWS
The Medical Sciences Division has a variety of internal funds which it can deploy to support research. In this series of video interviews, researchers discuss their experience of funding, and their projects which received support from the Wellcome ISSF, John Fell and MRC Confidence in Concept funds.
Watch our internal funding interviews
industry fellows interviews
Through working with industry partners, we are able to offer researchers a number of Fellowships. In this series of interviews, Fellows discuss their research and experiences working with an industry partner.
Hear from Oxford-BMS (formerly Oxford-Celgene) Fellows
Hear from Oxford-Elysium Fellows
Medical sciences Innovation champions
Since April 2018, the OUI Innovation Champions Scheme has placed representatives within the four University divisions to support the landscape for innovation and entrepreneurial activities. Innovation Champions all have first-hand experience of OUI services and act as a point of contact for colleagues interested in commercialising their ideas or developing links with industry.
NIHR Oxford BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CENTRE
The NIHR Biomedical Research Centre, Oxford (OxBRC) is based at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and run in partnership with the University of Oxford. With funding from the NIHR, the Oxford BRC supports hundreds of medical researchers who are translating basic science into tangible clinical benefits for NHS patients. As well as world-leading academics, we also support researchers starting out on their careers.
Hear from the Early Career Researchers
LabTalk image courtesy of Sir William Dunn School of Pathology; Innovation Champions and NIHR OxBRC images courtesy of Shutterstock