NDORMS and the University of Oxford have a proud tradition of helping young postdoctoral researchers with the early stages of their academic careers, and we would be delighted to welcome potential applicants.
We are very fortunate to have a number of Industrial collaborations available to us and are looking for promising candidates, particularly for the following opportunities:
- Oxford - Celgene Fellowships
- Oxford-UCB Prize Fellowship in Biomedical Research
- Oxford-Elysium Prize Fellowship in Cellular Health
We also have a strong track record with assisting early career researchers with applications to research charities, most notably:
The following academics within the Department have project areas described in the table below; if any of the schemes are of interest to you please contact Martin Holt in the first instance with a copy of your up-to-date C.V.
|Inflammation, resolution, fibrosis, target discovery|
|Prof Udo Oppermann||Drug development, target validation, chemical biology, epigenetics, inflammation, bone oncology|
|Prof Kim Midwood||
The extracellular matrix; inflammation; immunomodulation; autoimmune disease; fibrosis; tumor immunology; translational science
|Developing best practice for post-marketing orthopaedic device surveillance:||Prof Dani Prieto-Alhambra||Statistical/epidemiological methods; Metabolic disease and disorders|
|Deciphering the role of RUNX3 in Ankylosing Spondylitis||Inflammation, Genetics, Epigenetics, Immunology|
|Modulating TH17/Treg balance in immune-mediated arthritis||Immunology|
|Prof Richard Williams||Immunomodulation|
|Tuning the cellular response to cytokine||Inflammation|