Graduate research projects 2022 entry
Please note that these are simply potential project ideas - no specific funding is attached unless otherwise stated in the project description. For information on funding and scholarships please see here. Applicants are also welcome to submit their own project ideas.
Those wishing to apply for one the below projects will still need to present their own research proposal at interview. Your proposal should expand on the basic outline published below and should demonstrate: your knowledge and skills in the area; your ideas of how to approach the topic; any areas of your specific interest within the broader area specified and how you see the project developing during the course of your DPhil.
Please check our course pages here for entry requirements and details on how to apply.
How to contact us:
If you have any questions about the process, please contact our Graduate Studies Officer, Daniel Long (email@example.com); for questions about the projects, please contact supervisors directly.
Newly listed funded project for october 2022 entry
- Disrupting dermatology: can digital tools overcome the challenges of algorithmic bias and threats to professionalism in dermatology to deliver benefits to patients and services?
- The epidemiology of UTI and antibiotic resistant uropathogens
- Managing Respiratory-Tract Infections (RTIs) in primary care post-pandemic
- Improving prevention and management of infections in areas with higher deprivation
- Implementing point-of-care testing to optimise antibiotic prescribing in primary care
- Evaluating temporal patterns in diagnostic meta-analysis
- Multi-cancer detection testing in primary care
- Real-time, real world evidence utilising the ORCHID general practice network and database
- Discrete choice experiment (DCE) to understand variation in uptake of respiratory disease vaccination in working age adults
- Feasibility of “fitness age” as a motivator for positive physical activity behaviour and improved health outcomes in UK primary care
- Progressing the role and evidence-base for ‘Exercise as Medicine’ in UK primary care settings
- Using Big Data to understand the Health Impacts of Climate Change