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Global Youth Scientists Summit 2020

Yibin Liu represents Ludwig Oxford at the summit in Singapore.

Vacancy: Postdoctoral Researcher in Experimental Tumour Models


Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 p.a.

Vacancy: Postdoctoral Researcher – B Cells


Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

Novel strategy for improving tuberculosis treatment

Pedro Moura Alves demonstrates that drugs used to treat TB interact with the Aryl hydrocarbon receptor to worsen treatment outcomes.

Christmas raffle for Sobell House

Public Engagement

Staff and students from the Old Road Campus Research Building, the NDM Research Building and the Kennedy Institute raised £750 for Sobell House in the Christmas raffle organised by Ludwig Oxford’s laboratory manager Dr Stan Ng. Thanks to all contributors and corporate donors Eppendorf UK, Thermofisher and Promega UK!

Support for the pathway tuning model of cancer

Researchers from David Mole’s and Peter Ratcliffe’s labs investigate a model for cancer evolution using renal clear cell carcinoma.

Spying on bacterial communication to fine-tune the body’s defences

Research published in the journal Science by Ludwig Oxford’s Pedro Moura Alves and Max Planck’s Stefan Kaufmann gives insights into the relationship between bacterial pathogens and the host organism during an infection.

Clinical trial for therapeutic cancer vaccine

Research from Benoit Van den Eynde’s laboratory forms the basis of a Phase I/IIa clinical trial.

NDM graduate prizes for Ludwig students

Two students from Ludwig Oxford have won Nuffield Department of Medicine Graduate Student prizes for 2019.

Ludwig Oxford retreat 2019

Two days of excellent science at the Institute’s annual retreat.

Nobel Prize 2019 awarded to Sir Peter Ratcliffe

Ludwig Oxford’s Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe receives the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine at an awards ceremony in Stockholm.

DPhil in Cancer Science Programme - apply now

The University of Oxford is recruiting its first intake to study for a DPhil in Cancer Science commencing in October 2020.

Fatty acid metabolism in melanoma

Colin Goding’s lab investigates how MITF regulates fatty acid metabolism in melanoma to control cell state-switching, an important contributor to cancer metastasis and therapy resistance.

Ludwig Oxford at NCRI Cancer Conference 2019

Xin Lu and Chunxiao Song present at the National Cancer Research Institute’s annual event

Questioning melanoma disease state markers

Colin Goding’s lab study the expression of ABCB5, with implications for drug resistance

Ludwig Oxford’s Sir Peter Ratcliffe wins the Nobel Prize in medicine

Peter Ratcliffe shares the prize with William Kaelin of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Gregg Semenza of John Hopkins University for their research on cellular responses to hypoxia.

ORCRB Open Doors 2019

Public Engagement

On Saturday 14th September 2019, the Old Road Campus Research Building (ORCRB) opened to the public as part of the Oxford Open Doors scheme run by the Oxford Preservation Trust.

Improving 5-carboxycytosine detection

A finding from Chunxiao Song’s group has implications for the quantification of this epigenetic modification by mass spectrometry.

Tuning a tumour suppressor

New research from Xin Lu’s group shows how a partner of the tumour suppressor p53 mediates target gene selection.

UNIQ summer school 2019

Public Engagement

Ludwig Oxford researcher volunteers at the 2019 Oncology UNIQ summer school

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