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NDORMS is committed to developing and supporting the postdocs in the department. Our team of Postdoc Advisors is available to help and guide you through opportunities and challenges. We provide a range of help and events for early career researchers, including fellowship interview preparation, CV triage, 1:1 advice sessions, career workshops, college dinner. etc Happy to help- just get in touch!

We have over 100 postdocs at NDORMS, part of a thriving multidisciplinary team of 400 researchers. We are committed to providing postdocs with excellent research opportunities, as well as career support and professional development.

If you like to join our growing team as a Postdoc, please review our opportunities available here. You can also find out about our current vacancies here.

NDORMS is committed to developing and supporting the postdocs in the department. Our team of Postdoc Advisors is available to help and guide you through opportunities and challenges. You also have access to our mentoring scheme.

Informal and confidential career discussion sessions for NDORMS contract staff can be booked at any time with: 

Philippa Hulley

Assoc Prof Philippa Hulley 

(Botnar 1) 

Moved country 5 times, 4 research institutes, foreign PhD, foreign postdoc, foreign early career fellowship, 2 UK career Fellowships, twice tenured South Africa and UK.

 

Kim Midwood

Prof Kim Midwood

(KIR) 

Post Doc experience in the US and UK, early and senior fellowships, grant review panels, balancing research with family life, tenure track.                                                 

David Beard

Prof David Beard

(Botnar 2) 

Several research institutes. Moved countries- UK/Australia. Kids and family. Career fellowships. Tenured. Clinical Interface. National committee and NIHR representation 

James Edwards

Dr James Edwards 

(Botnar 1) 

Oxford student to Oxford PI via alternative paths in scientific research through US, Australia and UK; fellowship and industry funding approaches, building a family life in and around academic sciences. 

Audrey Gérard

Dr Audrey Gérard

(KIR) 

4 Research institutes- 3 EU countries and USA. Post doc experience in the US and Netherlands. Grant writing. Balancing research with family life.                                                                                         

Jelena Bezbradica Mirkovic

Dr Jelena Bezradica Mirkovic 

(KIR) 

PhD and post doc in US, Postdoc in Australia, postdoc fellowship and early career grants, starting up a new lab, working towards tenure, finding balance in research and family life.                                   

Anjali

Anjali Kusumbe

(KIR)