We are currently recruiting exceptional students for DPhil studentships commencing in October 2023 funded by the following schemes:
DPhil in Cancer Science
Studentships are available for the DPhil in Cancer Science Programme, funded by Cancer Research UK. These are aimed at clinical trainees, medicine undergraduates and non-clinical researchers interested in cancer research projects based in University of Oxford research groups.
There are several projects available in Ludwig Oxford laboratories:
- Understanding the hepatic immune and molecular environment in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma – Professor Ellie Barnes
- Spatial resolution of the human transcriptome during gastrointestinal tumourigenesis- Dr Francesco Boccellato
- Spatial modelling and quantification of T Cell exhaustion in the tumour microenvironment of oesophageal cancer – Professor Helen Byrne
- Adipocytes as a source of nutrition for breast cancer cells - Professor Skirmantas Kriaucionis
- Epigenetic control of cancer cell phenotypes via nuclear F-actin based chromosome motility – Professor Yang Shi
- Multimodal cell-free DNA epigenetic sequencing for early detection of pancreatic cancer- Professor Chunxiao Song
All places are fully funded at the home rate, including salary/stipend, University and College fees, and a research consumables budget. International candidates are eligible but will need to source funding to meet the remaining fees. For more information about funding, see the Oxford Cancer website.
Applications must be completed on the University of Oxford graduate application system by 9th December 2022. Interviews will take place in January 2023.
For more information about the available projects, eligibility and application procedure, see the Oxford Cancer website.
NDM prize studentship competition
The studentships pay the course fees for overseas or home students and have a generous stipend of £18,000 per annum, which is tax-free. The studentships are available via the NDM Prize Studentship Competition and applications must be completed on the University of Oxford graduate application system by 9th December 2022. Interviews will take place on 18-20th January 2023.
All Ludwig Oxford projects have a cancer focus and are now available in the areas of cancer epigenetics, computational cancer genomics, and infection in cancer:
- Novel technologies to decipher the epitranscriptome in cancer – Professor Chunxiao Song
- Design 3D tissue bioarchitecture in a dish – Dr Francesco Boccellato and Professor Colin Goding
- Cancer genomics and early detection – Professor Benjamin Schuster-Böckler
- Epigenetic and epitranscriptomic regulation of anti-viral signaling against cancer – Dr Parinaz Mehdipour
See the NDM Prize Studentship Competition page for more information.