University of Oxford

University of Oxford

A collegiate public research university. It was founded in 1096 and is located in Oxford, England.

The University of Oxford is an England-based institute of education. The University’s academic departments, faculties and research centers are grouped into four divisions: Humanities; Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences; Medical Sciences; and Social Sciences. It has over 24,000 students and has one of the largest continuing education departments in the country.

COVID-19

The university set up a clinical trail program, called RECOVERY, which was designed to conduct tests on multiple possible COVID-19 vaccines. In March 2020, the university set up a clinical trial for a vaccine for COVID-19 that is based on an adenovirus vaccine vector.It also tested the HIV drugs lopinavir and ritonavir to determine their impact on COVID-19.

Timeline

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Aaron Buchanan

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Alexandra Holden

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Anand Patil

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Andrew Whitby

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Andy Twigg

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Anna Atiba

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Aris Papageorghiou

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Aryeh Hillman

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Ashutosh Natraj

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Athanasios Tsanas

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Athar Ali

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Beaudry Kock

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Benjamin Hennig

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Bill McColl

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Brian Carstensen

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Caitlin McDonnell

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Charlie Stairs

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Clint Sieunarine

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Damien Sereni

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Daniele Perrone

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David Cameron Hicks

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David Hicks

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Further reading

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Genocide Research Network Launched at Oxford University - The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Web

March 19, 2020

University of Oxford starts enrolment for Covid-19 vaccine trial

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March 30, 2020

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This is Oxford

October 5, 2017

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The Hans India
May 25, 2020
news.google.com
Due to a decline in infection rate, the team at Oxford University developing a Covid-19 vaccine...
IANS
May 25, 2020
@bsindia
The University of Oxford last week announced that the advance human trial of the vaccine will involve up to 10,260 volunteers across the UK
Suchitra Karthikeyan
May 24, 2020
Republic World
In a massive development, a vaccine developed by Pune's Serum institute is currently being tested at Pune's Naidu Hospital along with an Ayurvedic formula
Press Trust of India
May 22, 2020
@bsindia
The first phase of the trial began last month with 1,000 healthy adults aged 55 and under as volunteers.
By Luke Andrews For Mailonline
May 18, 2020
Mail Online
All six rhesus monkeys given the vaccine still caught the virus, and had so much in their lungs they may have still been able to pass the virus to others. Vaccine has entered human trials.
May 15, 2020
India Today
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Deepak Korgaonkar and Puneet Wadhwa
April 30, 2020
@bsindia
Analysts, however, do caution against the rich valuation the pharma index and the stocks are trading at
Thomas Moore
April 23, 2020
Sky News
Past success of the technology Oxford University is using for the COVID-19 vaccine is why they think it can be ready by September.
April 17, 2020
ARY NEWS
Britain launched a new coronavirus taskforce on Friday to support efforts to make a vaccine available to the public as quickly as possible
Press Trust of India
February 26, 2020
@bsindia
Thunberg is set to join a school strike in Bristol this week while Yousafzai is studying at the University of Oxford
Telegraph Reporters
September 11, 2019
The Telegraph
The UK is home to the best university in the world, but the nation is facing intense competition from overseas institutions, new rankings show.
Oxford Royale Academy
April 27, 2019
www.prnewswire.com:443
OXFORD, England, 27. April 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Die Oxford Royale Academy (ORA), führender Anbieter von akademischen Sommerseminaren für internationale...

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