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Novo Nordisk Fellowships at Oxford University

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Novo Nordisk Fellowships at Oxford University

Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral and Clinical Research Training Fellewships at Oxford University

 Oxford - United Kingdom
We are currently recruiting two Postdoctoral Research Fellows and one Clinical Research Training Fellow as part of the Novo Nordisk fellowship programme at the University of Oxford.

Applications are invited from basic scientists and clinicians wishing to undertake research with a focus on diabetes. Each fellowship is fully funded for three years. These prestigious fellowships are open to outstanding candidates of any nationality.

Please note that: Applicants for the postdoctoral fellowships must be no more than 3 years post PhD at the start of the fellowship (Spring 2017), and that the funding provided for the Clinical Research Training Fellowship will only cover home/EU PhD (DPhil) fees.
The following eight projects are available as part of the fellowship programme:


Principal InvestigatorProject TitleAssociate Prof Damian TylerAssessing the cardiovascular impact of novel diabetic treatments using hyperpolarized magnetic resonanceAssociate Prof Angelyn Bethel, Associate Prof Louise Bowman & Prof Simon GriffinCan electronic health records improve the efficiency of large clinical trials?Associate Prof Charalambos Antoniades & Prof Keith ChannonExploring a novel signalling in “dysfunctional” adipose tissue, mediating the cardiovascular complications of diabetesAssociate Prof Leanne Hodson & Prof Fredrik KarpeMechanisms by which weight gain impairs adipose tissue functionProf Anna Gloyn & Associate Prof Wyatt YueTranslating basic science to therapy for novel diabetes targetsProf Jeremy Tomlinson & Prof Fredrik KarpeUnderstanding adipose tissue dysfunction as a driver of non-alcoholic fatty liver diseaseAssociate Prof Angelyn Bethel, Associate Prof Louise Bowman & Associate Prof Jemma HopewellUsing statistical techniques to inform a risk-based approach to clinical trial managementProf Liz CarpenterX-ray and Cryo-EM Structures for Novel Human Membrane Protein Targets in Diabetes and Obesity


Enquiries should be directed to: ruth.mccaffrey@rdm.ox.ac.ukor serena.briant@rdm.ox.ac.uk

Midday on Friday 14th October 2016.