Join our friendly international research community seeking answers to some of the most important questions about the causes, prevention and treatment of disease.
Our work is supported by excellent computing and laboratory facilities, and researchers at NDPH have access to very large data sets and collaborate with academic partners across the world.
We offer training and development opportunities to help staff to reach their full potential and we promote family-friendly working. The University provides excellent childcare services with five nurseries and supported places at many other private nurseries.
Staff enjoy a range of benefits including regular social events, discounted rates at the University's swimming pool and sports centre, a season ticket loan scheme and free access to the University’s colleges and botanic gardens.
We are committed to providing an inclusive environment which promotes equality, values diversity and respects the rights and dignity of all staff and students.
Over 600 staff.
6 world-renowned health research groups conducting clinical trials, meta-analyses and epidemiological studies.
Key partner in the Big Data Institute.
Athena SWAN silver award for addressing gender equality and advancing women's careers in higher education and research.
Patricia's story: from research assistant to senior academic
Patricia Kingori is a Wellcome Senior Investigator and associate professor in sociology and global health ethics at the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities and the Ethox Centre, NDPH.
She holds an Investigator Award in Humanities and Social Science for a project looking at fakes, fabrications and falsehoods that are emerging in global health.
It really matters that you work with people who have the same values as you, and who are genuinely interested in creating a good working environment.