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Oxford University awarded £2.4 million to fund DPhil research in inflammation, immunology and musculoskeletal disease

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Oxford University has today been awarded a £2.4 million grant, as part of the Kennedy Trust MB PhD scheme, to fund undergraduate medical students to undertake DPhil research in the areas of inflammation, immunology and musculoskeletal disease.

CRUK success for NDORMS researchers

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Investigators based at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, NDORMS have recently received CRUK awards to increase understanding of a variety of cancers and immunotherapy.

Kennedy Trust renews commitment to rheumatology research with £20M

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The Kennedy Trust for Rheumatology Research (KTRR) has pledged a minimum of £20M over five years to the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology at the University of Oxford to support pioneering research into chronic inflammatory disease.

Kennedy researchers awarded MRC funding for arthritis research

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Congratulations to Kennedy researchers Professor Chris Buckley, Professor Mark Coles and Dr Stephen Sansom who have been awarded £1.5M funding from the Medical Research Council (MRC) to explore fibroblasts as an emerging target to treat chronic inflammatory disease.

Creating a cellular atlas of healthy human joints

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Kennedy researchers, in collaboration with colleagues at the Botnar Research Centre, Oxford, and the Universities of Birmingham and Leeds, have been awarded strategic funding from the Medical Research Council (MRC) to map in detail the different types of cells that make up human joints.