Master and Doctoral Degrees
Information about taught MSc Courses, MRes and DPhil (PhD) research projects with the Department of Oncology
For the formal University summary of all of our programmes, including course codes and applicant numbers please see:
There are two UK/EU OCIC-funded DPhil (PhD) studentship available in the Oncology Department (deadline 2 May 2014):
Real-time vital optical imaging of pre-cancer using antibodies directed against DNA damage repair and other proteins.
The Department of Oncology runs a taught MSc course in Radiation Biology and contributes to the part-time MSc course in Experimental Therapeutics, which is run by the Department of Continuing Education.
An MRes is a 2 year research degree in Oncology.
Our aim is to provide a fully integrated DPhil research training programme in Oncology. In addition to the Departmentally run theoretical courses and practical courses we have an established DPhil Programme which engage students in high quality basic and clinically applied research, with the aim of training future leaders in the fields of cancer biology and applied biology and radiotherapy for cancer.