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Involvement in research can take many forms. You can become a healthy participant in studies into conditions such as diabetes or multiple sclerosis, which may involve scans and tests, or take part in research into a condition that you are living with. See trials seeking volunteers through the Trust or the UK Clinical Trials Gateway.
You can be part of a panel that has a say in how research is carried out, through the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership, or you can help by filling in surveys and questionnaires.
Further information is available on the Patients Active in Research: Thames Valley website.
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The School of Anatomy at the University of Oxford, which is responsible for training medical students, may accept body bequests.
For important information about the donation process, and a list of individual contacts for the department, please visit the Human Tissue Authority website.
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The Thomas Willis Oxford Brain Bank accepts brain and spinal cord tissue donations for research from healthy donors and those with neurological disease.
For general enquiries, please contact:
UK Brain Bank for Autism is also looking for volunteers to donate their brains to autism research.
0300 304 7777
John Radcliffe Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Horton General Hospital