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graduate study at the department of oncology
We warmly invite you to join us for a unique opportunity to study with leading scientists in the field of oncology and radiation biology.
The Department offers an established, world-leading, graduate training programme. Our degree courses are a critical element in our drive to revolutionise training in radiation oncology and cancer research in the UK. We are striving to make advances in radiation biology and to translate these into improved clinical outcomes for cancer patients.
Please take a moment to review the different courses available in this department and to hear what our students really think on our Student Experience page.
- DPhil in Oncology
- MRes in Oncology
- MSc in Radiation Biology
- MSc in Precision Cancer Medicine (Part-time and online)
- MSc Experimental and Translational Therapeutics (Part-time, delivered in collaboration with the Department for Continuing Education)
Contact us at the Graduate Studies Office if you have more questions that are not answered here.
Professor Tim Maughan outlines the flagship work of the FOCUS4 trials, whose results were presented this weekend at the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) annual meeting
18 May 2022
The collaboration will look at understanding the long-term effects of COVID-19 through cutting-edge MRI analysis.
29 January 2022
Researchers have identified abnormalities in the lungs of long COVID patients who are experiencing breathlessness that cannot be detected with routine tests.
New blood-based test is the first ever to simultaneously identify if a patient has cancer and if it has spread
5 January 2022
A publication by University of Oxford researchers describes a new minimally invasive and inexpensive blood test that can identify cancer in patients with non-specific symptoms. The early success of this technology makes it the first blood-based test that not only detects cancer in this population but can simultaneously identify if a cancer has spread.