Graduate Research Study at DPAG
The main application deadline for entry in October 2023 is 12 noon GMT on 9 December 2022.
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From our Head of Department
At the University of Oxford's Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, we undertake discovery science where we reassemble physiological processes at the molecular, cellular, tissue and systems level of organisation. In so doing we provide a bridge to translational medicine, and interface between physical and life sciences. Our students are the future of our research and so we work to provide them with the opportunities to become the next generation of doctors and biomedical scientists. We are committed not only to research and teaching, but also to supporting our staff and students. The Department does not tolerate bullying or harassment of any kind, and actively promotes the provision of a family friendly working environment, equal opportunities and career development. Find out more in our Annual Report (PDF).
Ranked #1 for Anatomy & Physiology in the QS World Rankings 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021, 2022
- 6 research themes
- 48 research groups
- 130 graduate students
Our Research Centres and Institutes
Altered glycolysis triggers impaired mitochondrial metabolism and mTORC1 activation in diabetic β-cells.
Haythorne E. et al, (2022), Nat Commun, 13
Characterization of a Bioactive Peptide T14 in the Human and Rodent Substantia Nigra: Implications for Neurodegenerative Disease.
Greenfield SA. et al, (2022), Int J Mol Sci, 23
Cerebral Malaria and Neuronal Implications of
Infection: From Mechanisms to Advanced Models
Akide Ndunge OB. et al, (2022), Advanced Science, 2202944 - 2202944
Tuesday, 29 November 2022, 9am to 5.30pm
Tuesday, 29 November 2022, 4pm to 5pm
Friday, 02 December 2022, 1pm to 2pm
Monday, 05 December 2022, 2.30pm to 3.30pm
We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally.