Clinical Studies

Oxford is home to some exciting clinical trials seeking to translate fundamental scientific discoveries into the clinic for patient benefit. Although we focus our clinical offering on Oxford’s scientific and translational strengths we are proud to support trials that combine research from across the Centre’s network. Since 2010, over 67 clinical studies based on Oxford science have been initiated, examples of which can be found here. All Centre researchers are eligible to apply and access this resource through presenting their project at the interactive Clinical Trial Development Group (CTDG).

Find out more about Clinical Trial Support for Centre members here

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Being a part of cancer drug discoveries

Susan Cakebread, gives her account of being on an experimental drug trial here in Oxford

Innovative drug delivery techniques show promise in clinical trials

Dr Laura Spiers talks about the TarDox and PanDox trials, which are using novel drug delivery techniques to improve the uptake of chemotherapy drugs into pancreatic tumours and other cancers

Funding boost for OxPLoreD early detection study

UK Research and Innovation provides additional funds for whole genome sequencing as part of the OxPLoreD programme of research into high-risk conditions for blood cancer

What is a clinical trial? - new video series

What expect at every stage of an early phase clinical trial, so patients can make the most informed decision.