UK: The Radcliffe Department of Medicine PhD Scholars Programme University of Oxford

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Description: The Radcliffe Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford is a large multi-disciplinary Department that links high quality basic biological science with medical applications. RDM scientists were rated at the highest level in both basic science and clinical research across a wide range of fields in the last UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
The department has internationally renowned programmes in a broad spectrum of sciences related to medicine, including: Cardiovascular Medicine; Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism; Genes, Genetics & Genomics; Haematology and Pathology; Immunology; Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cells; and Acute Stroke. These themes span the translational research spectrum, from basic biological research through to clinical application.
are committed to training the next generation of scientists in biological and clinical sciences through our graduate programme at the University of Oxford. Our PhD Scholars Programme is open to outstanding candidates of any nationality. It provides fully-funded awards for students wishing to undertake a 4 year DPhil in Medical Sciences.

Benefits:Students are full members of the University of Oxford, have their College and University fees paid (home/EU or overseas) and receive a generous stipend of £18,000/annum. These awards allow students to carry out research in a single laboratory for the full 4 years.

Further details: on the application process and the wide range of projects are available on the RDM website.

The closing date for applications is 10th January 2014.
Interviews will take place on 29th & 30th January 2014
Offers will be made in early February 2014
The Radcliffe Department of Medicine actively promotes a family friendly working environment.

Websitehttp://www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/rdm-scholarships
Emailhttp://www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/contact-us

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