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Texto: Homepage — Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health Site Map Accessibility Cookies Contact us Log in Intranet Home About us 80 Years of Women's Health The George Institute for Global Health Uk Job Vacancies Athena SWAN Contact us News Study Research Degrees MSc in Clinical Embryology Undergraduate Teaching Research Cancer Global Health Maternal & Fetal Health Reproductive Medicine & Genetics Publications People More... Our work on COVID-19 pandemic Search © Copyright: Shutterstock Water injections shown to relieve back pain in labour Sterile water injections have been shown to provide effective pain-relief for women with persistent lower back pain in labour. The ICARIS trial, published in The Lancet journal EClinical Medicine was a collaboration between Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust, the University of Oxford and the University of Queensland, Australia. The research team say that their research proves that water injections are simple, effective and safe, and have no effect on birth outcomes. Read more Royal Institution Science Podcast Episode on Endometriosis In this special extra podcast episode of Royal Institution Science Podcast, PhD student in NDWRH and Digital Intern at RI, Madga Mareckova, discusses endometriosis with her PhD supervisors, Profs Krina Zondervan & Christian Becker. Together they dispel the myths and explore the symptoms and potential causes. Read more Our research on COVID-19 How is the Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health responding to the COVID-19 pandemic? There is lots to be proud of - various papers, studies, surveys plus a generous donation of over 11,000 pieces of PPE to Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust from an ex dept member! Read more COVID-19 Therapy Trial We are proud to play our part in the RECOVERY study – A national clinical trial to identify treatments for adults hospitalised with confirmed COVID-19. Dr Manu Vatish is leading the pregnancy arm of this study, together with our research midwives; Angelika Capp, Ginny Mounce, Jude Mossop, Lotoyah Carty, Lisa Buck and our research assistant Kate Dixon. Read more Endometriosis CaRe Centre - COVID-19 Advice Medical and self-care advice for women with endometriosis during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more Research Degrees - Apply Now Apply now to our world class Postgraduate study programmes in Women's & Reproductive Health: MSc by Research (2 years research degree) and DPhil (3-4 years research degree). Read more Maternal and Fetal Health Our Maternal & Fetal Health research covers the following research groups: Fetal Monitoring; Lactation and Breastfeeding, The Oxford Safer Pregnancy Alliance (OSPREA), the INGR1D Study and Pre-eclampsia. Read more Reproductive Medicine and Genetics Our Reproductive Medicine & Genetics research covers the following research groups: Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART); Endometriosis; Fertility Preservation; Miscarriage; Oocytes and Ovaries; Pain in Women; Rhino Fertility Project and Sperm. Read more Our Department The Nuffield Department of Women’s & Reproductive Health (NDWRH) is one of the largest and most successful academic departments in the world in its field. We have over  160 members including senior academic staff, research support staff, clerical and technical staff, and graduate students (including clinicians) carrying out research towards a higher degree. The department includes The George Institute for Global Health UK, whose mission is to increase access to quality health care for millions of people worldwide - with a particular focus on vulnerable women in resource-poor settings. Our clinical and laboratory programmes are based in the Women’s Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital; Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine; the Institute of Reproductive Sciences (IRS) and the Big Data Institute, and there are collaborations with the School’s Institutes, the University’s Science Departments and with researchers outside Oxford, in both the UK and abroad, especially in low middle income countries. Read more. Experts for 80 Years Established in 1937, we have been experts in Women's Health for more than 80 years. See a timeline of our key achievements here. Our department has thirty two research groups and our work has four overarching themes; Cancer, Global Health, Maternal & Fetal Health and Reproductive Medicine & Genetics.  FOLLOW US Tweets by Ox_wrh CANCER Learn about our research on nanoparticles in cancer and ovarian cancer. We explore the molecular mechanisms that drive cancer and which targeted therapies can be utilised to improve treatment. Read more GLOBAL HEALTH Explore how the George Institute UK and other research groups are working with vulnerable women in resource-poor settings around the world and how they are increasing their access to quality health care.  Read more MATERNAL & FETAL HEALTH Discover more about health and disease throughout pregnancy and the effects on maternal and fetal outcome. Read more on Fetal Monitoring; INGR1D Study; OSPREA and Pre-eclampsia. Read more REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE & GENETICS Find out about our work on Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART); Endometriosis; Fertility Preservation; Miscarriage; Oocytes and Ovaries; Pain in Women; Rhino Fertility Project and Sperm. Read more STUDY WITH US We run three world class Postgraduate study programmes: MSc in Clinical Embryology (1 year residential programme) MSc by Research (2 years research degree) and DPhil (3-4 years research degree). Click on the slideshows below for more details on each course.  © Medical Sciences Division and John Cairns MSc practical training Our MSc course was specifically designed to include intense laboratory practical training. Students learn skills and techniques directly relevant to assisted reproductive technology (ART), as well as a range of ‘traditional’ and ‘cutting edge’ scientific techniques and procedures. Read more MSc global reach The MSc in Clinical Embryology was established in 2008 and since then, we have taught 164 graduate students from 48 countries around the world. The course has won numerous University awards for teaching innovation and excellence. Read more © Matthew Lodge 2010. MSc teaching site The MSc in Clinical Embryology course is based at the Institute of Reproductive Sciences (IRS) in Oxford Business Park, with dedicated state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities. Read more Research degree projects There are a variety of projects available for DPhil and MSc by Research students. We are now closed for applications for entry in October 2019. The projects below might be available for entry in October 2020, so do feel free to contact supervisors. Read more Director of Graduate Studies Dr Karl Morten is our Director of Graduate Studies. We offer a two-year MSc by Research and a three-year DPhil in Women's and Reproductive Health. These involve undertaking independent research in your chosen area under the supervision of an expert in your field. Read more News Updates Water injections shown to relieve back pain in labour 6 July 2020 Sterile water injections have been shown to provide effective pain-relief for women with persistent lower back pain in labour. The ICARIS trial, published in The Lancet journal EClinical Medicine was a collaboration between Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust, the University of Oxford and the University of Queensland, Australia. The research team say that their research proves that water injections are simple, effective and safe, and have no effect on birth outcomes. Our research on COVID-19 23 June 2020 How is the Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health responding to the COVID-19 pandemic? Our researchers are busy collaborating and working hard to help combat the COVID-19 crises.There is lots to be proud of - various papers, studies, surveys and wonderful gestures of goodwill, including the generous donation of over 11,000 pieces of PPE to Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust from an ex dept member! More news Latest publications The Oxford Specialist Handbook of Obstetric medicine Book Frise C. and COLLINS S., (2020) Use of phospholipase C zeta analysis to identify candidates for artificial oocyte activation: a case series of clinical pregnancies and a proposed algorithm for patient management Journal article Meng X. et al, (2020), Fertility and Sterility, 114, 163 - 174


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