Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences

World-leading programmes in basic, translational and clinical neuroscience research at the University of Oxford.

Oxford, England
Joined on January 12, 2018
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NDCNOxford and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
11 hours
Average replies
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Average retweets
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Average likes
55
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A piece on how Parkinson's disease affects the eye and how this can help with future research - by @NeuroMetrology, @pearsekeane, @sktywagner and myself. Touches upon great work done and being done by @NDCNOxford, @Moorfields + @UCLeye https://t.co/9IjE84Dmvh

Why do we need sleep? What happens when we go without it? This 50-minute play probes the mysteries of the daily pattern of wakefulness and sleep. Join this journey of self-exploration and see where it might lead you. https://t.co/zPWgHmJzBH @OxSCNi @Oxford_IF #IFOx2020 https://t.co/79R4Sy0jqN

Why do we need sleep? What happens when we go without it? This 50-minute play probes the mysteries of the daily pattern of wakefulness and sleep. Join this journey of self-exploration and see where it might lead you. https://t.co/zPWgHmJzBH @OxSCNi @Oxford_IF #IFOx2020 https://t.co/79R4Sy0jqN

📢 Funding call to bring together early career #neuroscientists and #immunologists who want to collaborate and undertake research in #neuroimmunology. 
⏳Just 4 weeks left to apply for funding with @The_MRC. Find out more here: https://t.co/mlRPx8jhdX
@UKRI_News https://t.co/teFH4KjSlh

📢 Funding call to bring together early career #neuroscientists and #immunologists who want to collaborate and undertake research in #neuroimmunology. ⏳Just 4 weeks left to apply for funding with @The_MRC. Find out more here: https://t.co/mlRPx8jhdX @UKRI_News https://t.co/teFH4KjSlh

Join us for Neuromatch conference (Oct 26-30). We accept submissions from all areas of neuroscience. Every submission will be accepted as a talk. Our algorithms will facilitate great schedules. Working hard to be the most inclusive conference ever. https://t.co/aR710IVUbA https://t.co/dF792e9Ebp

Join us for Neuromatch conference (Oct 26-30). We accept submissions from all areas of neuroscience. Every submission will be accepted as a talk. Our algorithms will facilitate great schedules. Working hard to be the most inclusive conference ever. https://t.co/aR710IVUbA https://t.co/dF792e9Ebp

Cheer yourself up after the new restrictions announcement and take your pick from 100 online events to enjoy from home this October. Our Explorazone Digital will blow your mind with interactive games and virtual wonders - all for free! 🌎🛋 https://t.co/PRSJwtn40L #IFOx2020

Really important publication in @WPA_Psychiatry. Highlights importance of addressing #sleep effectively to treat full range of mental health conditions including psychosis. https://t.co/4vCnem5YDC. @ProfDFreeman @wearebighealth @UniofOxford @NDCNOxford @OxPsychiatry

What kinds of people dedicate their working lives to finding out the mysteries of the brain? Come and hear personal stories that shine a light on the human element that influences science. Part of the @Oxford_IF festival, https://t.co/v9wZDPEuKH @OxNeuro @MRCBNDU @OxfordWIN https://t.co/3jB3k0XzgT

What kinds of people dedicate their working lives to finding out the mysteries of the brain? Come and hear personal stories that shine a light on the human element that influences science. Part of the @Oxford_IF festival, https://t.co/v9wZDPEuKH @OxNeuro @MRCBNDU @OxfordWIN https://t.co/3jB3k0XzgT

NEWS: Researchers in @NDCNOxford @MRCBNDU have identified how cells in our brains work together to join up memories of separate experiences, allowing us to make educated guesses in everyday life https://t.co/bSM8Yyo8cE

How does #COVID19 affect the brain? See inside our MRI scanner facility and join a panel discussion with our researchers on 17 October at 7pm #IFOx2020 https://t.co/Kb5Ob2wy8r
@Oxford_IF @OxfordWIN @RDMOxford @BR_CMR @kyletsp https://t.co/hOBeMSxYST

How does #COVID19 affect the brain? See inside our MRI scanner facility and join a panel discussion with our researchers on 17 October at 7pm #IFOx2020 https://t.co/Kb5Ob2wy8r @Oxford_IF @OxfordWIN @RDMOxford @BR_CMR @kyletsp https://t.co/hOBeMSxYST

Congratulations to our MSc in Clinical & Therapeutic Neuroscience @OxPsychiatry @NDCNOxford class of 2019/20, for successfully completing this innovative course. 5 student prizes awarded https://t.co/CcMzlAyLOQ
@OxfordMedSci @OxNeuro @UniofOxford @OxHealthBRC @OxfordBRC https://t.co/1xKVLGBp0C

Congratulations to our MSc in Clinical & Therapeutic Neuroscience @OxPsychiatry @NDCNOxford class of 2019/20, for successfully completing this innovative course. 5 student prizes awarded https://t.co/CcMzlAyLOQ @OxfordMedSci @OxNeuro @UniofOxford @OxHealthBRC @OxfordBRC https://t.co/1xKVLGBp0C

⭐ SAVE THE DATES ⭐

Join one of our Graduate School Open Afternoons to find out how studying a graduate degree @OxfordMedSci could be the best next step for you! 

📅 Wednesday 21 October 
📅 Thursday 12 November 

Full details: https://t.co/6tSmVzaYAI https://t.co/NMBFrvU8pp

⭐ SAVE THE DATES ⭐ Join one of our Graduate School Open Afternoons to find out how studying a graduate degree @OxfordMedSci could be the best next step for you! 📅 Wednesday 21 October 📅 Thursday 12 November Full details: https://t.co/6tSmVzaYAI https://t.co/NMBFrvU8pp

Ending my twitter hiatus to say that our paper on the effects of digital CBT for insomnia on cognitive outcomes was published in SLEEP this weekend!! @OxSCNi @NDCNOxford Also anyone attending #ESRS2020 tomorrow? https://t.co/6xIRPAyGSH

NEW Unit Paper | Neuronal Computation Underlying Inferential Reasoning in Humans and Mice. Online #openaccess @CellCellPress. Fantastic collaboration with @OxfordWIN + @OxExpPsy to resolve mechanism for joining-the-dots between separate experiences. @NDCNOxford @OxNeuro @The_MRC https://t.co/w9ZV2eN4XA

NEW Unit Paper | Neuronal Computation Underlying Inferential Reasoning in Humans and Mice. Online #openaccess @CellCellPress. Fantastic collaboration with @OxfordWIN + @OxExpPsy to resolve mechanism for joining-the-dots between separate experiences. @NDCNOxford @OxNeuro @The_MRC https://t.co/w9ZV2eN4XA

I’m delighted to share out new paper: “Neuronal computation underlying inferential reasoning in humans and mice”, out now @CellCellPress with David Dupret and a fantastic team of co-authors @MRCBNDU and @OxfordWIN @NDCNOxford 1/14 https://t.co/dKUtbKD0RL

What exactly is going on in our brains when we make educated guesses? Scientist @HelenCBarron and colleagues @MRCBNDU have found out how brain cells form links between separate experiences. https://t.co/jS2EtPjnpk

We need everyone to help us keep Oxford safe. Make sure you’re aware of what you need to do to protect our community, protect the vulnerable and protect yourself: https://t.co/JN2Pi1IUUZ https://t.co/kaX8qG9che

We need everyone to help us keep Oxford safe. Make sure you’re aware of what you need to do to protect our community, protect the vulnerable and protect yourself: https://t.co/JN2Pi1IUUZ https://t.co/kaX8qG9che

Honoured to have been awarded the European Association of Neurology Investigator Award 2020. Thank you @EANeurology for giving me a platform to share my research at your conference earlier this year. As always, thanks to my wonderful supervisors @MasudHusain and @BrainInTheMind.

Diagnosis is a key focus at #MDSCongress. UCB are working with Prof. Antoniades and her team @UniofOxford @Neurometrology @NDCNOxford, on how wearable tech may help to differentiate  #ProgressiveSupranuclearPalsy diagnosis from #Parkinsons: https://t.co/TEMH4BgyQx https://t.co/8ayPScil1z

Diagnosis is a key focus at #MDSCongress. UCB are working with Prof. Antoniades and her team @UniofOxford @Neurometrology @NDCNOxford, on how wearable tech may help to differentiate #ProgressiveSupranuclearPalsy diagnosis from #Parkinsons: https://t.co/TEMH4BgyQx https://t.co/8ayPScil1z

In a new study, neuroscientists at @NDCNOxford have found that raised blood pressure and diabetes in mid-life alter brain structure to slow thinking speed and memory: https://t.co/YqGdtVrp4S

Things are going to be a bit different this year. Find out what you need to do to protect our community, protect the vulnerable and protect yourself. https://t.co/n3I5gHyJK5

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