Watch our interviews of Graduate Students explaining about their research and their experience in Oxford.
In this series of podcasts, Medical Students in Oxford tell us how they enjoyed conducting research while completing their undergraduate medical degree.
In Oxford, OUCAGS aims to shape developments in medicine, surgery and patient care. OUCAGS supports and strengthens the clinical academic training of Oxford's Academic Foundation doctors, Academic Clinical Fellows, Clinical Research Fellows and Clinical Lecturers.
Oxford has made a significant contribution to the UK remarkable history of excellence in medical research, which has benefited people around the world. To build on this record of distinction, it is essential to promote translational research from bench to bedside, develop innovative healthcare practice, and deliver world-class medical education.