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Studying for a dphil or msc by research

DPAG has an international reputation in key areas of biomedical research as illustrated in the Research Themes. It is the largest pre-clinical department in the University of Oxford and additionally holds a vast research grant income.

Your research will be conducted at Oxford under the supervision of academic staff who are at the forefront of developments in your chosen research project area. You will explore your research subject area to new depths and have the opportunity to present your findings to members of the international scientific community with whom, one day, you may collaborate with. At the end of your study with us you will produce a doctoral thesis that represents a significant advance in the field. You will have become a world expert in your research area, and you will have demonstrated that you are an original and creative thinker capable of independent scientific work at a very high level.

The Department aims to advance understanding of medical conditions at the basic level and apply this knowledge to clinical care while being equally committed to training the next generation of scientists in biological and clinical science by offering applicants, of all nationalities, the opportunity to enter a Departmental/Divisional funding competition. All successful candidates awarded funded places will have been assessed purely on the basis of excellence appropriate to their intended research path.

Apply by

Monday 8th January 2018* 1200 hrs GMT // January Gathered Field

Interviews will be held on 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th January 2018 in Oxford

Course code

003670 Doctor of Philosophy in Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics

003650 Master of Science by Research in Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics