Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire are home to a wealth of world-leading organisations involved in clinical care, life sciences and medical research, education and training, innovation and informatics.

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network brings together the NHS, universities, business, patients and the public to promote best health for our population and prosperity for our region.

Breaking down traditional organisational boundaries and building stronger relationships between industry, scientific and academic communities – coupled with better knowledge exchange – will bring lasting benefits as best practice is spread quickly and widely across the NHS.

How the Oxford AHSN is inspiring best health and prosperity

Prof. Gary Ford CBE, Chief Executive, highlights some of the early successes of the Oxford Academic Health Science Network and looks ahead to priorities for 2015/16.

Our Vision

Best health for our population and prosperity for our region.

28th January 2015

Smart technology developed in Oxford features...

Digital technology developed in Oxford and spread more...

7th January 2015

Search for pioneering healthcare innovators...

Sir Bruce Keogh, NHS England’s Medical Director,...

7th January 2015

Our January newsletter is out today

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network newsletter...

18th December 2014

Oxford top for research

Oxford University has been ranked number one in the...

15th December 2014

Heart attack test wins £1m funding

A test that could revolutionise the treatment of patients...

28Jan2015
Digital Oxford launch

18.30-21.30 The Jam Factory, Park End Street, Oxford...

29Jan2015
Research speed dating

17.30-19.30 Oxford Brookes University, Headington campus...

29Jan2015
Biomedical Research Open Day

09.30-16.00 Life, Health and Chemical Sciences, Open...

3Feb2015
Biotech and Money London

Bishopsgate, London Runs to 4 February 2014 Oxford...

4Feb2015
Measuring carbon in healthcare

09.30-13.00 George Pickering Education Centre, John...

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