60 phd positions at University of Oxford

  • University of Oxford | about 1 month ago

    should have a PhD in chemistry, or have submitted your thesis prior to taking up your appointment. Expertise in the organic synthesis is essential. Duties will include managing own academic research and

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 2 months ago

    We are seeking to appoint a well-trained, enthusiastic and self motivated Postdoctoral Research Scientist to join Liz Robertson's Wellcome Trust funded research team. The postholder must have a PhD

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 1 month ago

    edema and severity of acute ischemic injury. You should hold a PhD in engineering, physics or computer science or related discipline (PhD obtained or in process to be obtained). Have proven experience

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 1 month ago

    organisations. You will also provide support to the BRC and undertake research in ethics and governance across the Trust. You will have, or be nearing completion of a PhD/DPhil (in ethics, law, bioethics or a

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 1 month ago

    corresponding diagrammatic formalism. The postholder will require a PhD (or close to completion) in a relevant area of science or related discipline, together with a documented track record of the ability

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 1 month ago

    experience in development and molecular biology and a PhD degree (or near completion) in molecular biology/biochemistry. Previous laboratory experience, good communication skills and the ability to work as

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 1 month ago

    . The project involves catalysis and its application to synthetic organic chemistry. Find out more about the Donohoe research group at: http://research.chem.ox.ac.uk/timothy-donohoe.aspx You should have a PhD in

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 2 months ago

    activities and contribute to the academic input of the lab. You will hold a PhD or equivalent in neuroscience, or a relevant research area. Substantial experience with chronic in vivo electrophysiological

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 2 months ago

    approximate models for novel cooling systems in turbine blades. You should possess a PhD in engineering (or near completion) and postdoctoral research experience. We particularly welcome applications from

  • University of Oxford | Oxford, England | about 2 months ago

    have or be working towards completion of a PhD in applied statistics or with a substantial statistics component. With good organisation skills you will be highly methodical, with demonstrable potential

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