Ludwig Oxford-supervised DPhil studentships in Cancer Science are now being advertised for the 2024 intake

Prospective students looking to study for a DPhil in Cancer Science starting in 2024 at the University of Oxford can now apply for studentships, many of which are supervised by Ludwig Oxford principal investigators. The application deadline is December 1. More details on the DPhils available and how to apply can be found at the Oxford Cancer Website. Please have a look at the projects being offered by Ludwig Oxford PIs below:

  • Spatial resolution of the human transcriptome during gastrointestinal tumorigenesis – Francesco Boccellato
  • Investigating an interplay between autoimmunity and cancer – Xin Lu
  • Characterizing the tumor microenvironment of esophageal cancer to uncover key factors in response to immunotherapy – Carol LeungBenoit Van den Eynde
  • The role of chemosensitivity in tumorigenesis – Richard White
  • Assessment of Esophageal cancer patient responses to immunotherapy via human tissue avatars – Richard Owen
  • Take epigenetic diagnostics “from bench to bedside” – Benjamin Schuster-Böckler
  • Predicting response to therapy in esophageal cancer – Jens Rittscher
  • Elucidating the role of trans-lesion synthesis DNA polymerases in mutational processes and therapy resistance – Marketa Tomkova
  • Spatial analysis of the bone marrow in myeloproliferative neoplasms DNA – Helen Byrne



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