D.Phil in Paediatrics
The Department of Paediatrics offers a number of opportunities for post-graduate research programmes, leading to a D.Phil in Paediatrics.
The Department has major interests in developmental immunology, infectious diseases of infancy and childhood, HIV infection and immune control, design, development and testing of vaccines, and in paediatric molecular genetics. Subject areas cover a large spectrum of paediatric medical, and scientific research, including:
- Paediatric Infection and Immunity
- International Child Health
- Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes
- Paediatric Haematology
- Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
- HIV Infection and Immune Control
- Molecular Infectious Diseases
- Developmental Immunology
- Paediatric Neuroimaging and pain
Open field-Application received after the 6th January 2017 deadline
There is an open field period for applications received after the 6th January 2017 for entry in October 2017 and such applications will not be considered for the departmental studentships. Please contact individual supervisors to discuss your application and research proposal before submitting an application. Such applicants will need to have independently secured awards or private funding.
Applicants in the open field need to apply for the programme via the main University graduate application form and have to pay an application fee of £75. To access the application form and application guide, please go to:
Application Guide; www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/applicationguideApplication form; www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/applyonline
Course code (RD_PE1)
For further information, please see the Medical Sciences web pages: www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/courses/medical-sciences
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