Heart MRI Scan – Healthy volunteers wanted for heart study
Update February 2022 – Recruitment for this sub-study has been completed
We need volunteers who are:
- Aged 18-90
- Generally in good health with no cardiac or significant medical condition
- Not claustrophobic
Oxford Acute Myocardial Infarction Study (OxAMI) aims to investigate more detail about heart disease and to see how latest clinical investigation methods combining with the results may improve the way we manage patients with heart disease.
This particular invite of healthy volunteers involves one visit to the John Radcliffe Hospital. You will have an MRI scan of your heart, and ECG and blood samples will be taken. The session will take about 2 hours in total. You will be reimbursed for your travel.
Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Open Day 2016: “Celebrating Biomedical Research in Oxford”
On the 21 of April 2016 the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), a partnership between the Trust and University of Oxford, held an Open Day at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Hundreds of people attended the event to hear about ground breaking biomedical research taking place in Oxford. Watch a video of the event:
Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Open Day 2013
OxAMI was present at the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre 2013 Open Day, in which members of the public are invited to come and learn the latest research supported by the BRC. Watch a video:
Oxford BRC Public Talk
Watch Professor Robin Choudhury deliver a public lecture on ‘New approaches to Heart Disease’ as part of the Oxford BRC series of Public talks, on 17 April 2013: