We support research on subjects as diverse as the relationship between diet, human health and the environment, avoiding future pandemics, and developing more efficient models of drug discovery. Whether working with machine learning experts to understand vast, complex biomedical datasets or ethicists to develop a new understanding of collective moral responsibility in the face of infectious disease, our approach is to bring together researchers from different disciplines to advance human health and improve quality of life.
‘Managing Future Shocks’ in focus for two new research programmes
The Oxford Martin School has launched two new solutions-focused programmes aiming to support greater resilience in global economic, social and environmental governance in the face of future shocks and crises of all types.
Meat and dairy gobble up farming subsidies worldwide; it's bad for your health and the planet
The global food system is in disarray. Animal agriculture is a major driver of global heating, and as many as 12 million deaths from heart disease, stroke, cancers and diabetes are each year connected to eating the wrong things, like too much red and processed meat and too few fruits and vegetables.
Climate Failure and Social Crisis Top Global Risks 2022
Climate risks dominate global concerns as the world enters the third year of the pandemic.
Our World in Data awarded Covid Innovation Heroes Award
Our World in Data has been celebrated for its work on the global COVID-19 pandemic, receiving one of The Oxford Trust’s Covid Innovation Heroes Awards for 2021, part of the High Sheriff of Oxfordshire’s Covid Heroes programme.
Featured Video: Building a better future for people with epilepsy
The Oxford Martin Programme on Global Epilepsy is working to improve diagnosis, understand and mitigate the social impact, and build a better future for people with epilepsy.Watch Now
Professor of Paediatric Infection and Immunity
Clore Professor of Gerontology
Professor of Mathematical Biology
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Population Health
Head of the Oxford Epilepsy Research Group
Professor of Evolution & Infectious Disease
Professor of Biological Physics
Professor of Microbiology
Professor of Developmental Neuroscience
Associate Professor of Computational and Genomic Epidemiology
Senior Researcher in Population Health
Oxford University Research Lecturer