The victim had to undergo surgery after the incident in 2019.
Stacey Bilverstone, aged 42, of no fixed abode was found guilty by unanimous jury of one count of grievous bodily harm and one count of possession of a bladed article.
The attack happened on the evening of the 25 of June last year in Kendall Crescent, Cutteslowe when Bilverstone injured a 57-year-old man.
The victim ran out of his flat followed by Bilverstone, when he hell to the floor she stabbed him multiple times in the back and once to his throat.
The following day police arrested Bilverstone with attempted murder.
The trial concluded on the 3rd of December last year when Bilverstone was found not guilty of attempted murder but was found guilty of GBH with intent and possession of a bladed article.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Victoria Hopkins of Force CID in Oxford, said: “Bilverstone carried out a sustained attack on her victim with him trying to flee.
“She stabbed him a number of times and it is lucky that the consequences of her actions were not fatal.
“I would like to thank the victim for standing up to his attacker in court and giving evidence meaning that Bilverstone has been convicted."