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The Radcliffe Department of Medicine provides graduate students with exceptional teaching, training and career development in a broad spectrum of sciences related to medicine. With around 150 graduate students currently in the Department, most of whom are studying for a four year DPhil, the Department is committed to training the next generation of researchers in biological and clinical sciences.

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The pages in this section will provide guidance on a range of important areas for graduate students and supervisors. Students should also consult the RDM Student Handbook for information and new students may find the First Term Checklist useful. Students should complete the editable version of the training forms at the back of the handbook on an on-going basis.

RDM Handbook 2023-24

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

RDM, in line with the University, fosters an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its staff and students are respected.

Student Welfare Contact

Welfare and Wellbeing at the University of Oxford

There are a number of services available to provide support to you during your studies at the University