Endeavour, Discover, Inspire

The Department’s aim is to positively impact the research on the health and wellbeing of the global community through the pursuit of academic excellence. By attracting the best people from around the globe, we are securing NDM’s future as one of the most productive medical research departments in the world and ensuring it remains the destination of choice for biomedical and clinical researchers.


What’s special about working in NDM?

The NDM enjoys continued success by attracting the best staff and students from around the world, and providing them with the challenges, support, and career development opportunities they need to thrive. We recognise the demands on work-life balance and actively promote the provision of a family-friendly working environment. If you are looking for a new challenge in a workplace that values outreach and collegiality, fosters an inclusive culture, promotes equality and values diversity, why not apply for one of our roles? The work we do changes people’s lives; a career with us could change your life too.

Our Research

NDM Unit

Research Themes / Areas
PI/Research Groups
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Physiology (CCMP) Kidney medicine, proteomics, and computational Structural Biology CCMP research groups
Experimental Medicine (including the Medawar) Immunology, dermatology, stroke medicine, geratology, behavioural science, infectious diseases, gastroenterology, palliative care and respiratory medicine Experimental Medicine research groups & units
Jenner Institute Human and veterinary vaccine research including; HIV, malaria, human Influenza, foot & mouth, meningitis Jenner Institute investigators
The Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Oxford (LICR) Cancer research Ludwig Institute research groups
Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) Human biology and drug discovery SGC investigators
Target Discovery Unit (TDI) Drug target discovery across various diseases TDI research groups
Structural Biology Molecular and structural basis of biology STRUBI research groups
Tropical Medicine & Global Health Infectious diseases including; malaria, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, Typhus, Melioidosis, and Leptospirosis Tropical Medicine investigators
Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics (WTCHG) Human disease research including;inflammation and immunity, psychiatric and neurogenetics, cancer, Type 2 diabetes and obesity, cardiovascular disease WTCHG research groups

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