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Research Spotlight for Black History Month: Pavandeep Rai, First participant arrives for screening as part of Deep and Frequent Phenotyping study, NIH-OxCam: a graduate student's journey to Oxford, Oxford-led doctoral training partnership to offer over 175 graduate scholarships in the biosciences, Plant-based foods are good for both health and the environment, Antibiotics: even low use in children can have a negative impact on health – new research, International neglect of typhoid outside rich countries threatens a new global health emergency, Study decodes gene function that protects against type 2 diabetes. Detailed maps of African continent reveal inequalities in nutrition and education, Cancer vaccine firm Oxford Vacmedix closes $12.5m Series A funding, Oxford University gears up for Brain Discovery Festival, Sharp rise in heart disease patients experiencing five or more other conditions, ALS Reproducible Antibody Platform launched, Cultural barriers to tackling the superbug crisis, Nutritional labelling on menus helps cut the calories we buy, Pioneering Oxford researchers honoured at Blavatnik science awards, Oxford 3D bio-printer company OxSyBio secures £10m Series A led by Woodford, Clinical research network for epidemics launched in sub-Saharan Africa, Computer simulations move step closer to reducing animal use in drug testing, Anti-vaxxer effect on vaccination rates is exaggerated, Smoking linked with higher risk of type 2 diabetes, Treating depression in cancer hugely increases quality of life, but probably not length of life, International 3Rs prize goes to human-based computer models which could replace animal testing, Number of known stroke risk genes tripled, Concerns raised over rising deaths in England and Wales, Medical Sciences heads to the Big Bang Fair, Premature hearts less able to cope with exercise, Medical Sciences celebrates Brain Awareness Week, Oxford win major MRC Mental Health Pathfinder Award, Psychiatry researcher awarded prestigious public engagement funding, Oxford Vaccine Group leads meningitis vaccine trial for teenagers, Oxford spinout Brainomix secures £7m investment to tackle strokes with AI, New card game brings 'Mind-Boggling Medical History' to life, Decider or ditherer? Dennis Riley, 63 Oxford, NC. Oxford strengthens international collaboration to solve epidemic global health problem, Oxford medics create website to support Syrian medical students, Oxford researchers offer new insights into the function of neurotransmitter dopamine, Expansion of the Novo Nordisk Fellowship programme, UK life sciences minister says Oxfordshire 'doing something special', New laptop program can identify drug resistance from bacterial genomes, Nine-year-old brain tumour patient has testicular tissue frozen, Discovery finds possible new route to malaria vaccine, Blood pressure treatment should be based on personal risk not minimum thresholds, Blind woman’s joy as she is able to read the time thanks to 'bionic eye', Oxford develops tiny mesh tube devices to treat brain aneurysms, Survivors' blood plasma to treat Ebola is safe but more data needed, Can we treat Ebola with plasma? How we make decisions, Why computer simulations should replace animal testing for heart drugs, Professor Irene Tracey appointed to new MRC Council, Oxford achieves HR Excellence in Research, Household air pollution linked to cardiovascular disease risk, £1.1m for seven research projects to improve pancreatic cancer survival, Female body shape gene may increase risk of type 2 diabetes, Weight loss is an important predictor of cancer, Paracetamol protects kidney in severe malaria patients, study finds, Oxford to benefit from government funding for research commercialisation, Over 3,200 Oxfordshire residents take part in kidney disease study, Online tool allows patients with ulcerative colitis to manage condition, Body temperature liver storage technique improves transplant success, A dose of empathy may support patients in pain, To defeat superbugs, everyone will need access to clean water, DPAG research groups discover possible treatment for asthma, Scientists identify genetic catalysts that speed up evolution of antibiotic resistance, Getting rid of malaria possible, if we try something new, Eating for an Environmentally Sustainable Future, Building work for new neuroscience research facility gets under way, How decisions form in the brain: a physical basis for a cognitive process, Partial knee replacements better for many patients and cheaper for NHS, Awards success for Department of Oncology, Five Oxford Clinical Medical Students place in top 10% in national ophthalmology prize, Oxford academics honoured by the Royal Society, Seven Oxford researchers elected Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences, Using management thinking to fight the superbug crisis, DPhil student awarded British Science Association media fellowship 2018, Funding success for the Biochemistry solution-state NMR facility, HIV researchers create Chelsea garden to raise awareness of disease stigma, NPEU team win 2018 BMJ Research Paper of the Year, Researchers develop new regimen to block transmission of malaria in sub-Saharan Africa, Using portable, real time DNA sequencing to fight drug-resistant TB.