DPhil Infection, Immunology & Translational Medicine
Programme Director: Professor Keith Gull FRS
Deputy Director: Professor Fiona Powrie FRS
Duration: 4 years
This programme is funded by the Wellcome Trust and offers an excellent stipend and generous funding for research expenses. It aims to provide integrated training in infection, immunology and translational medicine.
Your first year will involve course work and rotation through three laboratories. After this you will select your project and supervisor for the remainder of the programme.
The programme is hosted by the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology. After the first year, you will work in the Department in which your main project is based.
Up to 5 places per year are available. Accepted students are typically fully funded, although some overseas students may have to find additional funding to cover the higher overseas fee.
This is 1 of 7 Wellcome Trust-funded PhD programmes in Oxford, overseen by the Medical Sciences Division Doctoral Training Centre.
Further details of this programme, the supervisors that offer projects and how to apply can be found at Related Links.
The application deadline for this programme is Friday 4 January 2013