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The Business Development Office has helped establish and manage a number of fellowships funded by industry partners. Each has a particular focus and offers specific opportunities to engage with the partner institution. Find out more about each fellowship on these pages. For more information please do not hesitate to contact us.  

Novo Nordisk Fellowship Programme 

The Novo Nordisk Fellowship programme aims to support the development of a new generation of exceptional young diabetes researchers, who will become future leaders in the field, while further developing scientific excellence within diabetes and ultimately improving the lives of patients. As part of this fellowship programme we are currently recruiting 4 postdoctoral research fellows and one clinical research training fellow. Find out more here

oxford-UCB Prize fellowship 

The Oxford-UCB Prize Fellowship will support outstanding researchers and clinicians in their early career at the University of Oxford. The Fellowship will combine scientific excellence with the opportunity to make a significant difference for patients. It will provide unique career development opportunities, including into biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies as well as providing outstanding mentorship both at Oxford and UCB. Find out more here

Oxford-Celgene Fellowship

Celgene is a global biopharmaceutical company using cutting-edge technology and innovative science to discover new medicines for patients.  In partnership with Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division, Celgene has co-developed and provided support for a Translational Research Fellowship Programme.  The goals of this scheme are to stimulate new scientific discovery and translation and to facilitate skills transfer between researchers in academia and industry. Find out more here