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Research in Medicine needs to ultimately translate into better treatment of patients. Researchers at the Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, collaborate to develop better care and improved preventive measures. The aim of this course is to highlight the findings in the laboratory which are translated into changes in clinical practice, from Bench to Bedside. Students will be highly benefitted by taking the course.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: University of Oxford

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
Computation and genetics 00:04:00
Inflammation in disease 00:05:00
Targeting cancer mechanisms 00:06:00
How can we live with HIV? 00:03:00
Diabetes and Insulin Secretion 00:08:00
Rare neurological disorders 00:09:00
Cleaning up misfolded proteins 00:05:00
Reducing HIV 00:07:00
Malaria in pregnancy 00:07:00
HIV and children in Africa 00:06:00
Module: 02
Bacterial infections in Laos 00:06:00
Mapping bacterial antibiotic resistance 00:05:00
Pharmacogenomics 00:04:00
Biological imaging 00:07:00
Cancer Informatics 00:06:00
Cancer predisposition and evolution 00:04:00
Personalised Medicine 00:04:00
Tracking infections 00:06:00
The treatment of severe malaria 00:08:00
Tuberculosis 00:04:00
Module: 03
Infectious diseases in China 00:07:00
Human Cancer Genetics 00:05:00
Emerging Infectious Diseases 00:06:00
Iron Metabolism 00:08:00
Genetics and Diabetes 00:04:00
How the immune system detects flu virus 00:07:00
Cancer and regenerative medicine 00:04:00
Cancer Immunlogy 00:07:00
Clinical Trials in Gastroenterology 00:04:00
Obesity and Genetics 00:08:00
Module: 04
Hepatitis C vaccine 00:05:00
Lowering cholesterol in chronic kidney disease 00:06:00
Molecular diagnosis and bacterial genotyping 00:04:00
Biomarkers for tropical diseases 00:05:00
MORU Biosafety Level 3 and melioidosis in Thailand 00:04:00
Malaria control in Africa 00:05:00
Malaria elimination in the Greater Mekong sub-region 00:05:00
Spondyloarthritis 00:04:00
Metabolism of Fatty Acids 00:05:00
Autophagy 00:05:00
Module: 05
Repairing DNA damage 00:07:00
Malaria in Kenya 00:06:00
Microbiology in the tropics 00:05:00
Unravelling proteins 00:06:00
Targeting drug discovery 00:04:00
Microbiology research in SE Asia 00:06:00
Tropical neonatology 00:06:00
Global health informatics 00:05:00
Dengue diagnosis and management 00:08:00
Understanding growth signals 00:07:00
Module: 06
Membrane proteins and drug development 00:05:00
MedicineAfrica 00:06:00
Structural cell biology of virus infection 00:06:00
Molecular immunology 00:04:00
The lymphatic system in immunity and cancer 00:07:00
Cutaneous immunology 00:06:00
Fiona Powrie 00:04:00
Liver Fat Metabolism 00:07:00
Can we block malaria transmission 00:08:00
Statistical Genetics 00:07:00
Module: 07
Personalised Diabetes Treatment 00:06:00
Enteric fever 00:05:00
Psychiatric genetics 00:04:00
Development of chemical probes 00:07:00
HIV Vaccine Development 00:06:00
Respiratory Medicine 00:06:00
Dengue Infection 00:05:00
Genome Integrity 00:06:00
From information to structure 00:05:00
Malaria laboratory at MORU 00:03:00
Module: 08
Why data management matters 00:04:00
Cancer and Protein Crystallography 00:06:00
Proteomics and Biomarkers 00:08:00
Atherosclerosis and immunity by Professor Chris O’Callaghan 00:05:00
Can we eradicate Tuberculosis? 00:05:00
Human Genetics 00:06:00
Wider Statin Use Saves Lives 00:06:00
Artemisinin therapy for malaria by Professor Nick White 00:05:00
Tropical Medicine in Kenya 00:04:00
Malaria vaccine for P. vivax 00:07:00
Module: 09
Obesity and Diabetes 00:05:00
The Global Health Network 00:06:00
Universal Flu Vaccine 00:06:00
Epidemiology and malaria elimination 00:05:00
Modelling bacterial drug resistance 00:05:00
Diabetes and Genomics 00:08:00
Human Genetics 00:06:00
Cancer Metabolism 00:04:00
Diabetes in Young Adults 00:05:00
A deep breath in 00:05:00
Module: 10
Chemistry, epigenetics and drugs 00:04:00
The genetics of metabolic diseases 00:05:00
The economics of tropical diseases 00:05:00
Getting the dose right 00:07:00
Rift Valley Fever 00:05:00
Palliative Care 00:05:00
Progress in Malaria Vaccine Research\ 00:06:00
Immune System in the Gastrointestinal tract 00:05:00
Autoimmunity 00:09:00
Aiming for a HIV vaccine 00:07:00
Module: 11
X-rays for drug discovery 00:08:00
Childhood Nutrition and Immunity 00:07:00
Women’s Health 00:06:00
Active and passive immunity to Influenza 00:31:00
Targeting epigenetics to treat cancer 00:04:00
Melanoma 00:07:00
Science and Society 00:05:00
Artemisinin Resistance 00:06:00
Pneumococcal diseases 00:05:00
Asthma 00:07:00
Module: 12
Cancer and innate immunity 00:06:00
Stem cells and cancer 00:05:00
Structural biology and vaccines 00:08:00
Crohn’s disease 00:07:00
Tuberculous Meningitis 00:08:00
INDOX Cancer Research Network 00:04:00
Renal Disease 00:07:00
Malaria Vaccines 00:05:00
Multiple Sclerosis 00:04:00
HIV immunology for Vaccine Design 00:08:00
Module: 13
Malaria and Global Health 00:08:00
Evolution and pathogenicity of viruses 00:07:00
Finding the best malaria treatments 00:06:00
Infectious diseases in Indonesia 00:09:00
High altitude illness 00:07:00
Viral vectored vaccine development 00:04:00
Specific Language Impairment 00:04:00
Chromatin Remodelling 00:05:00
Genomics and Global Health 00:06:00
Genetic Variation in Inflammation and Immunity 00:05:00
Module: 14
Poor quality medicines 00:04:00
Gastrointestinal cancers 00:04:00
Why we work on Alzheimer’s disease 00:06:00
Sharing data to fight malaria 00:06:00
Tropical Immunology 00:05:00
The Evolution of the Genome 00:06:00
Between research and humanitarian 00:06:00
Big Data 00:06:00
DNA replication and Cancer 00:07:00
Virus entry 00:05:00
Module: 15
Health systems research 00:07:00
Better hospitals for children 00:04:00
Rickettsial Disease 00:06:00
Infectious diseases in South East Asia 00:06:00
Microbiology in Thailand 00:06:00
Viruses, how to be the perfect host 00:04:00
Module: 16
Can we eradicate HIV? 00:06:00
Fighting malaria in Myanmar 00:07:00
Epigenetic modifications and cancer 00:06:00
Outbreak, the clinical research response 00:05:00
Optimising malaria treatment 00:06:00
Drug Discovery 00:05:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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