Producing a leaflet

Printed media section on PINFOX allows you to create a leaflet for use at public engagement events or for graduate recruitment.

Leaflet content

Click on 'Edit Printed Media'

Fill in the three fields (120-150 words per field):

All other information is populated automatically from your PINFOX profile, please ensure your profile is up to date (title, name, photo, group, location, research area, field of work, first three collaborators, first two weblinks, first dozen of publications)

Ordering a leaflet

Please email NDM Strategic to order your leaflet:

We will send you a PDF proof for you to check before we print it.

Text appearing on a Graduate Studies leaflet

The NDM is committed to the on-going support of its students, at graduate level and beyond. A thriving learning and working environment, advanced training, and skills development opportunities, enable our students to reach the highest standards of research. One of the notable features of NDM’s student body is the wide range of cultural backgrounds it represents; this diversity has made a positive contribution to the environment within the Department.

Four-year NDM Prize Studentships are principal fully funded awards, open to outstanding candidates from any country. This Prize Studentship allows students to carry out research in a single laboratory for a full four years. Additionally the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Programme a four-year doctoral programme that allows students to undertake a collaborative project between NDM and the NIH intramural campus in Bethesda, Maryland.

With a link to our Graduate Studies pages.

Text appearing on a Public Engagement leaflet

The NDM is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and the positive impact of its research on the health and wellbeing of the global community. Reaching out to the wider community, through public engagement, is an increasingly important component of medical research. In addition, the societal and economic impact of medical research is fast becoming an integral part of research assessment.

As a signatory to Concordat for Engaging the Public with Research the NDM is committed to the following four principles:

  1. Taking a strategic approach to public engagement
  2. Recognising researcher involvement in public engagement
  3. Enabling researchers to participate in public engagement
  4. Undertaking regular reviews of the wider research sector’s progress in fostering public engagement across the UK.

With a link to our Outreach pages.