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Course summary

The information provided on this page was correct at the time of publication (October/November 2022). For complete and up-to-date information about this course, please visit the relevant University of Oxford course page via www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/ucas. DPhil As a DPhil in Molecular and Cellular Medicine student you will spend up to four years (eight years for part-time students) in either the Kennedy institute of Rheumatology or Botnar Research Centre’s many research groups, working on a research project supervised by one of the principal investigators and your supervisory team. You will take part in the extensive training programme specifically organised for graduate students within the department. *This course is taking part in a continuing pilot programme to improve the selection procedure for graduate applications, in order to ensure that all candidates are evaluated fairly. For this course, the socio-economic data you provide in the application form will be used to contextualise the shortlisting and decision-making processes where it has been provided. * This DPhil programme focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms of immune function and inflammatory disease. Key research foci include immune mediated inflammatory disease (including Rheumatoid Arthritis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease), mechano-inflammatory disease (including osteoarthritis and tendinopathy), cancer, infection, biophysics, microbiome, metabolism, aging, computational biology, heart disease and tissue healing, using a range of approaches from experimental biology to data sciences. MSc As an MSc (by Research) in Molecular and Cellular Medicine student you will spend up to three years (six years for part-time students) in the Botnar Research Centre’s many research groups, working on a research project supervised by one of the principal investigators and your supervisory team. You will take part in the extensive training programme specifically organised for graduate students within the department. This MSc (by Research) programme focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms of immune function and inflammatory disease. Key research foci include immune mediated inflammatory disease (including Rheumatoid Arthritis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease), mechano-inflammatory disease (including osteoarthritis and tendinopathy), cancer, infection, biophysics, microbiome, metabolism, aging, computational biology, heart disease and tissue healing, using a range of approaches from experimental biology to data sciences.


Entry requirements

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Fees and funding

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Molecular and Cellular Medicine at University of Oxford - UCAS