Medical Sciences Graduate School Resources
The Medical Sciences Graduate School supports students across the Medical Sciences Division. They have produced a WebLearn site with considerable information on graduate support and progression. You will need your Oxford Single Sign On to log in.Find out more
Plagiarism Awareness and Research Integrity
During your first term, all RDM students are required to ensure they can detect plagiarism and complete the research integrity course. All students are required to familiarise themselves with the University's guidance on plagiarism and take the avoiding plagiarism course.
There are a wide-range of skills training opportunities available within the department, through Medical Sciences Skills Training and the wider University.Find out more
Meet the Team
The graduate studies team, led by Dr Marella de Bruijn (Director of Graduate Studies) works to ensure that students are able to focus on their research and progress towards a successful DPhil.
The Radcliffe Department of Medicine is committed to supporting students with a disability to ensure that they are able to reach their full potential.
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The Radcliffe Department of Medicine Graduate Prize is awarded annually. Nominations open late Summer and the panel meets during Michaelmas Term.
Completing a DPhil at Oxford opens up a wide range of opportunities and career paths, but making the right choice can be a daunting process. It can be helpful to have an idea of the career options available to youFind out more