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Going Viral - using viruses to fight disease

Posted 28/09/2016
'Going Viral' is the first in a new series of audio podcasts. This episode, featuring Dr Sandy Douglas from the Jenner Institute, explores how we learn to use viruses to our own advantage, in fighting them with vaccines as well as harnessing them for use in understanding how the brain is connected.

Oxford ranked first among global universities

Posted 22/09/2016

The University of Oxford ranks Number 1 in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings. Oxford becomes the first British university ever to occupy top position in the global table, which judges the performance of 980 universities across 79 countries.

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Non-specific immunological effects of selected routine childhood immunisations: systematic review. BMJ, 355, pp. i5225.

Characterisation of the specificity, functionality and durability of host T-cell responses against the full-length hepatitis E virus. Hepatology. Article

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Jenner Institute Podcasts

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Prof Denise Doolan: Advancing the rational development of a malaria vaccine using systems immunology and genome-based technological advances, 26/Oct/2016 15:00

Prof Massimo Palmarini: Follicular dendritic cell disruption as a novel mechanism of virus-induced immunosuppression, 08/Nov/2016 14:00

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