Sir Peter Morris 1934-2022

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 2nd November 2022

It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of Professor Sir Peter Morris last weekend at the age of 88.  Peter was a much loved and respected figure in the international transplant community, with a clinical career that encompassed Australia, the US and the UK, eventually settling as the Nuffield Chair of […]

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The CET is hiring!

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 20th November 2018

We are looking for a Research Associate to work at the Peter Morris Centre for Evidence in Transplantation, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital. You will be working closely with the co-directors of the Centre and will be responsible for keeping the online Transplant Library up to date and accurate, and composing the Transplant Trial […]

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CET Members elected to BTS committees

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 6th March 2017

We are pleased to announce that two members of the CET have been elected to the committees of the British Transplantation Society. Liset Pengel will join the Standards Committee as vice chair, and Simon Knight has been elected to the Clinical Trials Committee. Both are very excited about getting more involved, and hope that we […]

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Peter Morris Retires as Director of the CET

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 11th July 2016

As many of you are now aware, Peter Morris has formally announced that he is retiring from his role as director of the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation. Peter established the CET in 2005 with the aim of improving the quality of evidence in solid organ transplantation and increasing awareness of evidence-based medicine amongst transplant […]

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Would you like to get involved in Evidence Based Medicine?

By: Katriona O'Donoghue | Posted on 15th June 2016

We are looking for a (trainee) clinician to contribute to a systematic review involving the methodological quality appraisal of clinical practice guidelines in kidney transplantation. Specifically, you will evaluate and compare the quality of 20 clinical practice guidelines in kidney transplantation using the Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation (AGREE) II Instrument. The estimated […]

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Become part of our team: we are looking for an information specialist

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 29th January 2015

We are looking for a dedicated information specialist to work with our team based in London. The successful candidate will be responsible for keeping our Transplant Library database up to date with the latest high-quality evidence. More information about the job and the person specification can be found here.

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We’re hiring – come and work as a research fellow with the CET!

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 27th October 2014

The Centre for Evidence in Transplantation are currently advertising a research fellow post for someone to join our team at Oxford University.  The successful candidate will be working on a project to develop Core Outcome Sets for clinical trials in Transplant surgery.  The post involves literature search and systematic review, as well as qualitative research […]

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Simon Knight a new daughter

By: Peter Morris | Posted on 17th August 2014

Simon Knight and his wife Alia have just had another little girl, Elise Zoe, born on 5th August late in the evening. Mother and daughter are doing well and the elder sister, Elodie, is enjoying having a little sister. Congratulations from all to Alia and Simon on the birth of their new baby.

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DPhil for John O’Callaghan

By: Peter Morris | Posted on 23rd July 2014

John O’Callaghan has successfully defended his thesis entitled “Evidence based hypothermic preservation of the kidney and liver for transplantation” and has now been notified that he has been awarded the DPhil degree. His work in this area has been outstanding and he has produced a number of critically important papers arising from the work of […]

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