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DPhil in Population Health
The Nuffield Department of Population Health has a full-time three year DPhil programme intended to train new researchers in Population Health.
The full list of NDPH research projects available for 2022 entry can be viewed HERE.
Applications for entry in October 2022 are now open.
- All applications received before Friday 3 December 2021 will be automatically considered for University funding.
- Applications received after the December deadline may be considered for a place, but will not be considered for University funding.
For more information and how to apply, please visit
RESEARCH PROJECTS WITH HERC SUPERVISORS
OXFORD-MRC DOCTORAL TRAINING PARTNERSHIP
Eight industrial CASE (iCASE) studentships are available for doctoral study at Oxford University, to start in October 2022. Each iCASE studentship is fully-funded for four years with a stipend of the UKRI stipend level + £2,500 p.a., all course fees paid, plus a research training support grant.
Designed to nurture the academic entrepreneurs of the future, the Enterprise studentship programme offers a stimulating educational experience as part of the Oxford-MRC DTP cohort, with the additional benefit of working closely with an industrial partner. This will provide entrepreneurial training opportunities and an insight into how commercial science is conducted alongside a superb academic base within the University. Students will work for at least 3 months in the associated company (Health Economics & Outcomes Research - HEOR).
Applications must be received by 12 noon (UK time) Friday 3 December 2021.
For more information on the scheme including how to apply: https://www.medsci.ox.ac.uk/study/graduateschool/mrcdtp/iCASE-2022
iCASE STUDENTSHIP WITH HERC SUPERVISORS
One of these topics has a health economics focus: Building the next generation of health economic type 2 diabetes simulation models to evaluate new drugs and interventions to treatment diabetes
This project will build on over 20 years of diabetes health economic research conducted at the Heath Economic Research Centre, University of Oxford. It will involve unique access to patient level data from up to six large long-term randomized controlled trials and registries to build a new health economic diabetes simulation model aimed at capturing the effects of several new therapies for diabetes, such as Sodium–glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors (SGLT2i).
Given the nature of the project strong quantitative skills in statistics and some experience in simulation modelling would be an advantage.
- For more information on this project: https://www.medsci.ox.ac.uk/study/graduateschool/mrcdtp/iCASE-2022/project-10-2
- To discuss the project: Contact Professor Philip Clarke firstname.lastname@example.org or Associate Professor Jose Leal email@example.com