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We've asked Annette Böhmer from Germany and South Africa why she decided to do a DPhil project in the Nuffield Department of Medicine. She also talks about her research and her experience living in Oxford.

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Annette Böhmer, from South Africa, joined Oxford in 2010 after completing an undergraduate degree in Medicine at the University of Leipzig (Germany).
Annette completed a DPhil titled Implications of HCV genotype 3 specific immunity on cross-reactive vaccine design in 2014 under the supervision of Professor Ellie Barnes. She's now undergoing clinical training in Oxford, as well as continuing her research on hepatitis C

NDM Prize Studentship

Every year, about 60 DPhil students start a life changing experience in the Nuffield Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford.

Applications are invited for the NDM Prize Studentships in October each year. The application deadline closes in early January each year, and interviews take place towards the end of January. Candidates are judged on the basis of their academic and research potential.

The Prize Studentships are open to graduate students from all countries. Candidates should submit an online application by the deadline. Please read our guidance on how to apply.