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Ludwig Oxford is currently recruiting exceptional students for fully funded four-year NDM prize DPhil studentships commencing in October 2022.

The studentships provide a tax-free bursary of £18,000, college and university fees and are open to students of any nationality. The studentships are available via the NDM Prize Studentship Competition and applications must be completed on the University of Oxford graduate application system by 12 noon UK time on 3rd December 2021. Interviews will take place on 17-19th January 2022.

All Ludwig Oxford projects have a cancer focus and are now available in the areas cancer epigenetics, computational cancer genomics, and infection in cancer under the supervision of Dr Chunxiao Song, Dr Benjamin Schuster-Böckler, Dr Francesco Boccellato and Dr Pedro Moura Alves. See the Study page for more information.

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