Networks, Consortia, Initiatives, Groups
Get involved with other Networks, Consortia, Initiatives and Groups within the University
Oxford Biomedical Imaging Network
The aim of the Network is to provide a forum for improved communication and collaboration between the diverse members of the Oxford University imaging community. This comprises expertise across a huge range of imaging scales (cellular microscopy to human whole body imaging), modalities (e.g. optical microscopes, nuclear medicine imaging techniques, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound), and disease areas (e.g., oncology, clinical neuroscience, cardiovascularmedicine and musculoskeletal).
Oxford Immunology Group
OIG is a regional group of the British Society for Immunology based in Oxford. We organize annual meetings, with the help of the BSI, with the particular aim of trying to attract visiting speakers with the widest appeal, but to also advertise the best in local immunological research. Our aim is to promote collaboration among Immunologists in Oxford and the whole UK.
EuroMAbNet is a network of European laboratories that provides an arena in which people working in the field of monoclonal antibody production and technology can exchange knowledge, share the most up-to-date methodology and create common strategies to both standardize and improve the production of properly validated monoclonal antibodies.
VALIDATE is an international network of researchers developing vaccines against globally significant diseases caused by complex intracellular pathogens. Our initial focus is on tuberculosis (TB), leishmaniasis, melioidosis, and leprosy, which cause substantial mortality and morbidity across the globe, particularly in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). By working together, we will advance research more quickly and effectively.
Africa Oxford Initiative
The Africa Oxford Initiative (AfOx) is a cross-university platform for academic and research collaborations between the University of Oxford and African researchers and institutions. The Initiative aims to support the work of universities and research institutions across Africa and to facilitate the development of equitable and extensive collaborations between Oxford and African institutions.
Immunology, Brain and Behaviour Network
The Immunology, Brain and Behaviour Network is a new collaboration aiming to advance research into the interaction between immune and nervous systems in health and disease. The network will combine regular talks by international leaders in the field with opportunities for fostering collaboration within the University of Oxford. If you would like to join the mailing list for the IBB Network, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.