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Examples of research areas which our foundation doctors have chosen to work in

Recent projects

Dermatology, management and policy

Creating Trust-wide prescribing guidelines and setting up a dermatology service with embedded psychological support


Homelessness and mortality in Oxfordshire

Working with local homelessness services and the city council to evaluate mortality data


Ceramide-C16 and cardiovascular disease

Evaluating how Ceramide-C16 modulates myocardial and vascular endothelial insulin signalling and RedOx states


Addressing patient exclusion from research trials

Using EEG during sleep in stroke patients to determine changes in microarchitecture relevant to memory formation


Delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH) reactions of the skin and drug development

Developing a framework to guide researchers on how to use the DTH response in drug development


The Oxford Quantification in Parkinsonism (OxQUIP) project

Designing a tool to diagnose and monitor symptoms in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy


Working with the Global Anaesthesia Group 

A qualitative project working with co-investigators in Zambia and Somaliland


Paediatric neurosurgery and COVID-19 projects

Working with Mercy Ships and on lung ultrasound in intensive care for COVID-19 patients


Working with the Human Cell Atlas Project

Experience working with a multi-national collaboration project


Global surgery and surgical education research

Determinants of clubfoot management and the role of virtual and augmented reality in surgical and patient education 


Primary Health Care research 

Experiences from the Behavioural Medicine Group