Cookies on this website
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you click 'Continue' we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies and you won't see this message again. Click 'Find out more' for information on how to change your cookie settings.

Psychiatrists at any stage in their training in the UK who wish to do a DPhil (PhD) can apply for this prestigious scheme which pays an appropriate clinical salary, fees, and research costs, for three years. Up to four places are available.

We are looking for the next generation of academic psychiatrists. Full details of the programme, potential supervisors, example projects, and how to apply, can be found here.

Fellows will receive training in a range of methods, and will conduct research leading to the award of a D.Phil. in their chosen area. Fellowships are for three years and include fees, clinical salary, and support for research costs. The programme places strong emphasis on translational research, and Fellows will have the opportunity to spend a day a week in a clinical unit specialising in translating research findings into routine care.

The deadline for applications is 8 January 2016 but you are advised to contact potential supervisors as soon as possible to discuss the scheme and develop a suitable project. Successful candidates will start in Autumn 2016. However, You can also contact Professor Paul Harrison (paul.harrison@psych.ox.ac.uk) for advice and further information.

Similar stories

Peter Horby receives prestigious award for outstanding service to public health

The Faculty of Public Health (FPH) has awarded its prestigious Alwyn Smith Prize to Professor Sir Peter Horby (Nuffield Department of Medicine) for 2020/2021 in recognition of his outstanding service to public health as a global leader in epidemic science.

Six new Fellowships announced as part of Oxford-Bristol Myers Squibb Fellowships Programme

The Oxford - Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) Fellowships Programme continued to demonstrate significant progress over the last year, despite the challenges associated with the global pandemic, including restricted lab access and work from home guidance. Today, we are pleased to announce six new Oxford-BMS Fellowships for 2021.

Researchers set out steps to address mental health effects of the pandemic on young people

Researchers have outlined 14 steps that schools, mental health services and policymakers can take to help children and young people whose mental health has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anti-cancer drug derived from fungus shows promise in clinical trials

A new industry-academic partnership between the University of Oxford and biopharmaceutical company NuCana as found that chemotherapy drug NUC-7738, derived from a Himalayan fungus, has 40 times greater potency for killing cancer cells than its parent compound.

Professor Trish Greenhalgh Highly Commended in the O²RB Excellence in Impact Awards 2021

Congratulations to Professor Trish Greenhalgh (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences) who has been Highly Commended in the O²RB Excellence in Impact Awards 2021.

No benefit of convalescent plasma for critically ill COVID-19 patients

A large study of over 2000 COVID-19 patients has found that giving critically ill patients blood plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients did not significantly reduce deaths, or the need for intensive care support such as being put on a ventilator machine.