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A DPhil is the Oxford equivalent of a PhD.
Both ‘PhD’ and ‘DPhil’ are abbreviations for ‘Doctor of Philosophy’, which is an advanced research qualification usually involving independent research to write an original thesis. It usually takes three to four years of full-time study or six to eight years of part-time study to complete.

Students are able to gain necessary research skills through a range of courses and are invited to attend and offer papers to the Centre For Life History & Life Writing Research seminar series. We also have a close working relationship with the Mass-Observation Archive and Special Collections at the University of Sussex. Current students are working on, for example, the history of community publishing, gender in a peace activist movement of the 1960s, a fictional biography of a Victorian forbear and auto biographical motivations in contemporary culture. Recently completed theses include attitudes towards abortion before the 1967 abortion reform legislation, popular memory and World War II in Japan and life histories of heroin users.
The Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research is the leading centre of its kind in this country. It offers you the opportunity to research a range of subjects using life history methodologies.

Robert H. Vonderheide, MD, DPhil, is director of the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania and the John H. Glick, MD, Abramson Cancer Center Director’s Professor in Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. He graduated from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and Harvard Medical School. He completed training in internal medicine and medical oncology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
John H. Glick, MD, Abramson Cancer Center Director’s Professor

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Cancer immunotherapy and translational research

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Dr. Debbie Malden is an epidemiologist with research experience in large-scale prospective cohort studies. Before joining Kaiser Permanente Southern California, Dr. Malden completed her DPhil at the University of Oxford, assessing risk factors for cardiovascular disease among a half million U.K. adults using both observational and genetic epidemiological techniques. In addition to her research on chronic disease, Dr. Malden also has field experience in communicable disease and outbreak response management with international nonprofit organizations. She has broad interests in disease prevention through the social determinants of health, particularly in underserved and vulnerable populations.
Division of Epidemiologic Research