about UOXF

The Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science at Oxford is a mixed team of software developers, clinicians and traditional academic researchers all pooling skills and knowledge to advance a range of topics including: innovative informatics methods; variation in clinical care; behaviour change; research integrity; policy analysis; and more. We produce academic research papers, but we also use the same skills to build live, interactive, data-driven tools and services; as well as real, practical policy insights on how data can be used to improve lives. Our projects include the TrialsTracker, OpenPrescribing, and OpenSafely. We look forward to bringing our passion and experience for creating and promoting open and reproducible science to the OSIRIS project, mostly in Work Package 2.

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