Some of our research projects rely on the generosity of people like you. Whether it's harnessing the power of your home PC, taking part in a clinical trial, or simply volunteering your time for a study, you may be able to contribute to some of the ground-breaking projects which make the University of Oxford a world leader in research. Watch this space for ways in which you could get involved.
Have you had fertility treatment in the UK? Were you asked about the use of your data?
When patients start fertility treatment in England they have to fill in a lot of forms, and among these is an HFEA form to consent to disclose identifiable information. This is the form where people decide whether to allow their personal information to be used in research. We are trying to find out more about how people make this decision, and more about their experiences. We are looking for volunteers who would be willing to be interviewed.
If you might be able to help, or would like more information, please contact Dr Claire Carson at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit: firstname.lastname@example.org or (01865)289755
For more information, please see our study web page: https://www.npeu.ox.ac.uk/taking-part-study
Oxford Vaccine Group
The Oxford Vaccine Group, part of the Department of Paediatrics, is an independent multi-disciplinary clinical trials and epidemiology group based at the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine. OVG works towards the goal of developing new and improved vaccines for the prevention of infection in adults and children, enhancing the understanding of immunity and studying the epidemiology of infectious diseases.
Oxford Education Deanery
We warmly welcome interest from teachers in local state-maintained schools that are members of the Oxford Education Deanery (find out if your school is a member here) that want to engage with/in research and/or undertake continuing professional development. Opportunities available to eligible teachers include the NQT induction programme, Action Research Fellowships and the Enhanced Masters in Learning and Teaching. We are also keen to work collaboratively with local Deanery schools to develop research projects that meet school needs and disseminate findings effectively. If your school is not a Deanery member and you are interested in joining, please contact email@example.com.