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CALL FOR oxford-celgene fellowships now live


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This prestigious 3-year Fellowship aims to stimulate new scientific discovery and translation and to facilitate skills and people transfer between researchers in academia and industry. 

Fellowship funding may be used to support clinical (Grade E64) or basic research scientists (Grade 7/8) committed to translational science and interested in obtaining experience with drug development in an industrial setting. This is a great opportunity to work on projects with Industry co-development and support over the duration of the project. Once projects are awarded, recipients are assigned Celgene supervisors who help to drive project progress.

Applicants should submit their project proposal online via the Internal Research Award Management System (IRAMS) using the standard application form available on the webpage or through IRAMS.

Proposals should be targeted to research areas of interest for Celgene which can be found here.

The call will close at 5pm on Friday 19th April.

For more information please visit the Oxford-Celgene Fellowship webpage.


Would you like to discuss a potential proposal with Celgene? 

If you would like to book a meeting to discuss your potential application with Celgene Scientists on Tuesday 19th March 2019, please complete the Pre-application questions and email to before 12 noon on Monday 25th February.


Find out more about applying for a fellowship!

Oxford-Celgene Fellowships Seminar

Friday 1st March 1-2pm – Seminar Room 1, Big Data Institute, Old Road Campus.

This seminar will give an overview of Celgene’s interests, how to apply to the fellowships scheme and share insights from two current fellows:

-          Anjan Thakurta, Visiting Professor of Cancer Biology and Translational Science (Celgene)

-          Charlotte Bell, Industry Partnerships Manager, Business Development and Partnering Team

-          Peng Ding, Oxford-Celgene Fellow, Translational Lung Immunology Group

-          Hannah Chen, Oxford-Celgene Fellow, Translational Gastroenterology Unit


Please sign up through Ox Talks or Eventbrite  


If you have any questions about applying for a fellowship, please contact Charlotte Bell, Industry Partnerships Manager, Medical Sciences Division Business Development and Partnering Team


Telephone: 01865 289877