DPhil in Population Health
A full-time three year doctoral programme intended to train new researchers in Population Health (including the Big Data Institute)
The DPhil in Population Health is intended to provide candidates with training in research, in-depth knowledge and understanding of their chosen population health research project, and to prepare them for a career in academia. Candidates for the DPhil come from many backgrounds including medical practice, epidemiology, statistics, health services research, public health, economics, and ethics.
The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) offers candidates the opportunity to work closely with world-leading researchers. Students are invited to attend a range of events, planned both by the Research Student Group and the wider department. These include seminars, Masterclasses, social and networking events, and the annual Department Symposium.
Admissions for entry in October 2017 are now closed.
Admissions for entry in October 2018 will open on 1 September 2017.
A core group of senior academics, led by Professor Jane Armitage, Director of Training and Career Development, and Professor Sasha Shepperd, Director of Graduate Studies, are committed to the delivery and oversight of the DPhil programme.
The group is supported by an extensive network of DPhil supervisors in the Department and the wider university.