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We are pleased to announce that the next UK Diagnostics Forum will be held on 26-27 May 2016 at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.

More details will be announced as soon as we have them, but in the meantime please save the date in your diaries.

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DECisions, the boardgame which illustrates the evidence gathering and regulatory pathway that diagnostic test must follow in order for the device to be implemented in clinical practice, won first prize in the category 'Most innovative research poster' at this year's OxTalent awards.

DEC Oxford researchers contribute to Lord Jim O'Neill's Review on Antimicrobial Resistance

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Antimicrobial resistance and the threat of 'superbugs' recently hit the headlines. Researchers from DEC Oxford contributed to the paper which you can read in full below.