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Social Science of Innovation

This new Doctoral programme, directed by Professor Trish Greenhalgh, is designed primarily for those graduating from the MSc in Translational Health Sciences. It offers the research student the opportunity to pursue – either full- or part-time – an applied research project in the human, organisational, societal, regulatory/legal or ethical aspects of translating innovations and research discoveries into benefits for patients and/or improving the efficiency or cost-effectiveness of healthcare. Further details of this programme will be posted closer to the start date.

Proposed start date: 2021.


For more information, or to express your interest, contact


Potential Projects for 2021:


Funded Projects for 2021:

Scaling up the use of remote video consultations: supporting a socio-technical systems approach to implementation and evaluation

How to apply

Please see the admissions guide for DPhil in Translational Health Sciences.

Programme Director: