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Professor Teresa Lambe OBE elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Awards & Appointments Department Public Engagement Research

Professor Teresa Lambe OBE, Calleva Head of Immunology at the Oxford Vaccine Group, and Principal Investigator at the Pandemic Sciences Institute, has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences, one of the most prestigious awards in the field.

More babies could die if rates of vaccination against whooping cough don’t increase

Public Engagement

Babies and the most vulnerable are at risk of death if vaccination rates for whooping cough don't increase, according to experts at the University of Oxford.

Professor Sir Andrew Pollard elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society

Awards & Appointments Department Research

Professor Sir Andrew Pollard, Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group at the Department of Paediatrics, and Ashall Professor of Infection and Immunity has today been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.

How the Information Security Office and the National Cyber Security Centre keeps Oxford's research secure post-pandemic

COVID-19 Department General

Oxford University's Information Security Office (InfoSec) invited the NCSC to Oxford to thank them for the work they did that kept Oxford’s vaccine research secure.

Ground-breaking study reveals how COVID-19 vaccines prevent severe disease

COVID-19 Methods Publication Research

A landmark study by scientists at the University of Oxford, has unveiled crucial insights into the way that COVID-19 vaccines mitigate severe illness in those who have been vaccinated.

Oxford hosts Belgian vaccine experts

Department General

Researchers from Oxford Vaccine Group and the Pandemic Sciences Institute welcomed a delegation of vaccine researchers from Belgium to further UK-Belgian collaboration on vaccine development and manufacture.

Advancing a malaria vaccine for better global health outcomes

Department General Public Engagement

Professor Sue Ann Costa Clemens CBE, Chair of Global Health at the Department of Paediatrics and Head of Oxford Latam Research Group – a collaboration between Oxford and Brazil, aimed at strengthening our commitment to global health – met with His Excellency Antonio Patriota, Brazilian Ambassador to the UK, to discuss the co-development of a Malaria vaccine and advance public health outcomes in Brazil.

New trial to study how the human immune system adapts to ‘tolerate’ malaria parasites

Department Methods Public Engagement Research

Scientists at the University of Oxford and the University of Edinburgh have launched a pioneering study that examines how the immune system responds to repeated malaria infections. The BIO-004 study is being run in partnership between the Department of Biochemistry (Draper Lab, based in the Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery), the University of Edinburgh (Spence Lab, Institute of Immunology and Infection Research) and the Oxford Vaccine Group (part of the Department of Paediatrics). BIO-004 will provide a unique insight into how the immune system adapts over the first few malaria infections of life, learning to tolerate malaria parasites and developing natural immunity to severe illness.

Student wins award for Individual Excellence in Clinical Data Management

Awards & Appointments General

Many congratulations to Yama Farooq Mujadidi, DPhil student and Clinical Trials IT & Development Lead at the Oxford Vaccine Group, who has been awarded the prize for Individual Excellence by the Association for Clinical Data Management.

Oxford University Professors to lecture on new course in 'Translational Science' at three Brazilian institutions

Department Research

The Department of Paediatrics at the University of Oxford, has entered into an agreement with three Brazilian Universities, to contribute to the delivery of an undergraduate course in ‘Translational Science’, starting in 2024.

FCDO Minister meets with vaccine researchers

Department Public Engagement Research

Researchers from the Department of Paediatrics today welcomed the Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP, Minister for Development and Africa, to the laboratories and clinics of several of its vaccine development groups.

First in-human vaccine trial for Nipah virus

Research

The University of Oxford has launched a new clinical trial to test a vaccine against the deadly Nipah virus.

OVG professor named in New Year's Honours list

Awards & Appointments COVID-19

Matthew Snape, Professor of Paediatrics and Vaccinology at the Oxford Vaccine Group (OVG) before moving to Moderna in August 2022, has been appointed Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to Public Health, particularly during COVID-19 while working at the OVG.

Oxford Vaccine Group receives £7.8 million in research funding to fight pandemic and epidemic threats

COVID-19 Research

Oxford Vaccine Group (OVG), which led the rapid clinical development of the Oxford vaccine in COVID-19 in the pandemic, has been awarded a total of £7,788,783 by UK Aid for research into the prevention of five dangerous diseases with epidemic or pandemic potential.

New campaign hopes to boost jab numbers

COVID-19 Methods Parents and Carers Public Engagement

Experts have launched a new campaign in a bid to boost waning vaccine uptake by giving people more information about how clinical trials work. Researchers hope to alleviate hesitancy by showing with a simple animation and comic the complex way vaccines are developed.

OVG Researcher awarded prestigious NIHR Professorship

Awards & Appointments COVID-19 Department Methods Research

Daniela Ferreira, Professor of Respiratory Infection and Vaccinology at the University of Oxford’s Department of Paediatrics and the Department of Clinical Sciences at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine has been awarded one of six prestigious Research Professorships by the National Institute of Health and Care Research (NIHR).

CEPI funding announced for development of vaccine prototype

Awards & Appointments COVID-19 Research

The University of Oxford and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) today announced the launch of a new project to initiate early development of prototype vaccines against the Junín virus, selected as an exemplar of the Arenavirus family which is responsible for multiple deadly haemorrhagic fevers with epidemic and pandemic potential.

Oxford launches new vaccine trial to enhance design of flu & COVID-19 vaccines

COVID-19 Methods Public Engagement Research

A pioneering study into human immunity is being launched today by Oxford Vaccine Group at the University of Oxford. The study, called LEGACY03, is being funded by the Medical Research Council part of UK Research and Innovation. By investigating how lymph nodes work, and how they make responses to vaccines in younger and older people, it has the potential to improve vaccine design for different age groups significantly.

Future of Chair in Global Health secured with £5 million gift

Awards & Appointments Department Public Engagement

The University of Oxford’s commitment to tackling major global health challenges has been strengthened following the endowment of a chair in global health and clinical development. The new permanent post was made possible by a £5 million donation from Brazilian healthcare organisation SAIL for Health.

First vaccine trial in older people launched for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

COVID-19 Methods Public Engagement Research

Researchers at the University of Oxford's Pandemic Sciences Institute have launched a new clinical trial to find a vaccine to protect people against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

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