The Oxford Interdisciplinary Bioscience DTP is an inclusive and innovative four-year graduate training programme, funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (UKRI-BBSRC). It aims to equip a new generation of researchers with the skills, insight and knowledge needed to tackle the most important challenges in bioscience research.
The programme is led by the University of Oxford, in partnership with eight world-class research organisations: The Pirbright Institute, Oxford Brookes University, Diamond Light Source, ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, STFC Central Laser Facility, The Rosalind Franklin Institute, the Research Complex at Harwell and the Novo Nordisk Research Centre Oxford (NNRCO).
The course admits students who wish to conduct fundamental and applied bioscience research. Students from a diverse range of backgrounds are encouraged to apply including students with degrees in the Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Computational and Mathematical Sciences.
Research areas include: Integrative Plant and Animal Biology, Mechanistic Molecular and Cellular Bioscience, Transformative Technologies, Bioscience for Health, Animal Health and Welfare, Crop Science, Industrial Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals.
We aim to deliver training that will enable a new generation of researchers to drive forward the frontiers of bioscience, and to translate this research into high-impact applications.
We aspire to be a world-leading partnership that inspires, enables and supports both staff and students to achieve their full potential in order to enrich scientific knowledge, tackle global and industrial challenges, and benefit the wider community. We are distinctive for our wrold-class research and facilities and our collaborative, interdisciplinary training approach.
We aim to create a community that is innovative, inclusive and collaborative, in which everyone feels valued, respected, and supported.
We are still recruiting for iCASE studentships in partnership with the Novo Nordisk Research Centre Oxford
Congratulations to Mirjam Hazenbosch (DTP2016) and Elizabeth Dellar (DTP2016), who won the 2020 Impact Award for Social Impact, and to runner-up Steven Walsh (DTP2016)
Congratulations to Hayley Knight (DTP2016), who won this year's Impact Award for Public Engagement and Outreach, and to the runner-ups Eleanor Mitchell (DTP2018) and Sarah Skeels (DTP2015)
Congratulations to Harriet Lester (DTP2016), who won this year's Impact Award for Enterprise and Innovation
13th March, 2020
The DTP has moved to Keble Road (see Contact Us)
12th March, 2020
Summer 2020 UNIQ+ Applications have now Closed
Summer 2020 UNIQ+ Applications are now Open
Information on 2020 DTP BBSRC iCASE Studentships here
Information on 2020 DTP Partner Studentships here