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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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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CET poster abstracts received distinction awards at the WTC 2014

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 25th August 2014

Great success for the CET at the World Transplant Congress: all 4 poster abstracts that were presented at the WTC received distinction awards. These were: * A comparison of University of Wisconsin and Marshall’s solutions for cold storage of deceased donor kidneys in the United Kingdom. * What is the evidence for oxygenated hypothermic machine […]

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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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Neil Russell appointed at Cambridge

By: Peter Morris | Posted on 6th March 2014

Neil Russell, who was one of the two first Research Fellows at the CET, has finished his surgical training at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and has just been appointed as a consultant abdominal transplant surgeon there. We were all delighted to hear the news. He is the first CET Research Fellow to reach consultant status. […]

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The CET is now recruiting for a research assistant

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 4th February 2014

The research assistant will provide administrative and research support to the CEO of the CET. Exceptional attention to detail is essential, as are strong MS Office and IT skills, and the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and partners both within and outside the CET. For more information and to apply click here. Closing date is 24th […]

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MSc for Nish Talawila

By: Peter Morris | Posted on 19th December 2013

Nish Talawila has just heard formally from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine that she has been awarded her MSc in Public Health. She has now been promoted to the position of Research Associate in the CET. Congratulations to Nish on a great effort!

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Appointments for members of CET

By: Peter Morris | Posted on 14th June 2013

Simon Knight was appointed as an Academic Clinical Lecturer within the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences which will allow him more time for his research activities during his continuing surgical training. John O’Callaghan secured a numbered training post in surgery (ST3) within the Oxford Deanery and will commence this appointment later this year. By this time he expect […]

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Simon Knight appointed as Deputy Director of CET

By: Peter Morris | Posted on 17th October 2012

It is a pleasure to announce that Simon Knight, who is an Honorary Consultant to the CET, has been appointed as Deputy Director of the CET. Simon was one of the two original research fellows at the beginning of the CET and is shaping a career in organ transplantation. His extensive grasp of IT technology, […]

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