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WIN projects Highly Commended at the Vice-Chancellors Awards

Three WIN projects were highly commended at the 2024 Vice Chancellors Awards, at a ceremony at the Sheldonian Theatre on Wednesday 8th May.

WIN Projects Shortlisted for Vice-Chancellor's Awards

Three projects initiated by WIN have been shortlisted for the University of Oxford Vice-Chancellor's Awards. The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards recognise the achievements and celebrate the success of Oxford’s people.

FSL Course 2024 Announced


The 2024 FSL Course will be held in-person in Osaka, Japan this June, from the 17th to the 21st June.

New Engagement Ambassadors 2024

Public engagement

We're delighted to introduce our new cohort of engagement ambassadors for 2024.

New MRI research reveals more about the effects of two movement disorders on sensorimotor functional connection


Our researchers have shown for the first time non-invasively in humans a differential, clinically meaningful impact of Huntington’s and Parkinson’s diseases on the sensorimotor functional connection of the subthalamic nucleus and sensorimotor cortex.

Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging receives engagement award

Public engagement

The Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging has been awarded the Silver Engage Watermark in recognition of their outstanding commitment to supporting public and community engagement.

New dementia risk score helps identify people at risk


The UK Biobank Dementia Risk Score, or UKBDRS for short, outperformed three other widely used risk scores when identifying people at risk of developing dementia.

Local young artists recognised in the University of Oxford's science-inspired art competition

Public engagement

Oxford University has announced the winners of Beyond Boundaries, its science-inspired schools’ art competition. Their work will be going on public display at Oxford University Museum of Natural History for all to see, from Friday 30 June – Monday 3 July 2023.

Trichotillomania - emerging from under the cloak of shame


Clare Mackay, Professor of Imaging Neuroscience in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, talks for the first time about her experiences of trichotillomania, an uncontrollable urge to pull out hair, which she has lived with since she was 12. She talks about the stigma and shame that she has felt, how she sought help, and her plans to understand more about this relatively under-researched condition.

WIN Good Citizen Awards 2023


We extend our warmest congratulations to the winners of the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging Good Citizen Awards 2023.

Photos from the 25th Anniversary of the Oxford Centre for Functional MRI of the Brain (FMRIB)

The celebration of 25 years of FMRIB took place at the Blavatnik School of Government on 20 April 2023.

WINdow on the Brain at Discover Bucks Museum

Public engagement

WINdow on the Brain is a flagship event for the programme accompanying our 'Your Amazing Brain' exhibition.

Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN) receives Silver Engage Watermark Award

Public engagement

This award from the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement is a significant landmark, indicating WIN's commitment to embedding support for public engagement.

Twenty-five years of functional MRI of the brain at Oxford

General Research

If you think back to 1998, you might remember it as the year that Google came into existence, or the year that construction began on the International Space Station, or perhaps even the year that the UK won the Eurovision Song Contest. But it was also a very significant year for medical sciences: the year that the Oxford Centre for Functional MRI of the Brain (FMRIB) officially opened.

Two NDCN students join BNA Scholars Programme

Equality, diversity, inclusion Research

The British Neuroscience Association Scholars Programme was launched in 2021 with a view to improving equality, diversity and inclusion in neuroscience.

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