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Typhoid vaccine project wins Vice-Chancellor award

Congratulations to Professor Andrew Pollard who is the Winner of the Policy Engagement category in the Vice-Chancellor Innovation Awards 2020 for his work on Global policy on typhoid vaccines through research at Oxford!

New study reveals Oxford coronavirus vaccine produces strong immune response

A team of scientists at Oxford Vaccine Group (Department of Paediatrics) and Oxford University’s Jenner Institute has taken the next step towards the discovery of a safe, effective and accessible vaccine against coronavirus.

Ebola vaccine approved for use by the European Commission

The European Commission has granted Marketing Authorisation to Janssen for a new Ebola vaccine, developed in partnership with the University of Oxford.

The Duke of Cambridge visits Oxford Vaccine Centre

The Duke of Cambridge visits the University of Oxford’s Oxford Vaccine Centre, to learn more about their work to establish a viable vaccine against COVID-19.

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Online Introduction to Immunisation Training - 7 October 2020

Wednesday, 07 October 2020, 9.30am to 2.30pm

This training is for general practice nurses and other health professionals who are new to the role of administering and promoting and / or advising about vaccines.

Online Introduction to Immunisation Training - 3 November 2020

Tuesday, 03 November 2020, 9.30am to 2.30pm

This training is for general practice nurses and other health professionals who are new to the role of administering and promoting and / or advising about vaccines.

How does herd immunity work?

‘Herd immunity’ or 'herd protection' gives protection to vulnerable people such as newborn babies, elderly people and those who are too sick to be vaccinated.

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The Paediatric Neuroimaging group are measuring brain activity when babies experience pain #StartedinOxford.

How do babies feel pain?

How do vaccines work?

This short animation explains how vaccines enable the body to make the right sort of antibodies to fight a particular disease.

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