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The University's premises for research students in genomic medicine and statistics © (c) Medical Sciences Doctoral Training Centre

This four-year DPhil programme aims to train future scientific leaders who will work at the cutting edge of genomics in biomedical research and the clinic.

The programme is hosted in the interdisciplinary environment of the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics (WHG), which hosts world-leading research groups in genomic analysis, functional genomics, bioinformatics, statistics, population genetics, translational genomics, protein structure and functional biology, together with outstanding disease-focused research including cardiovascular medicine, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, cancer genetics, immunity, inflammation and infectious disease. 

Read the full DPhil in Genomic Medicine and Statistics course information on the University of Oxford admissions website.

The UK government has confirmed that EU students commencing their studies in 2019/20 will continue to have ‘Home’ fee status and pay fees at the home rate for the duration of their course.  For more information please see http://www.ox.ac.uk/students/oxford-and-the-eu

Marieke Oudelaar
Marieke Oudelaar, DPhil student in Genomic Medicine and Statistics
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Supervisors

The following researchers are affiliated with this programme

Application Deadline

Closed to applications for 2019-20 entry.  The next admissions cycle, for entry to Oxford's graduate courses in 2020-21, will commence on 2 September 2019.

Programme Director: Professor Julian Knight

Supported by

Wellcome Trust

Further Information

Statement of Provision