The Department of Medicine welcomes applications for MPhil and PhD studies
The Department of Medicine is the lagest Department in the School of Clinical Medicine. Research is the major focus of the Department, spanning fundamental aspects of biology, through to work on disease mechanisms, as well as clinical translation.
The Department plays a major role in contributing to clinical student education, research and patient care at Addenbrooke’s and Papworth hospitals. We also house successful MPhil and PhD programmes.
Research in the Department of Medicine is organised around four sections – three scientific:
- Immunology and Infectious Disease (IMID) led by Professor Menna Clatworthy and includes researchers based in the Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Disease (CITIID),
- Perioperative, Acute, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine (PACE) is led by Professor David Menon and Professor Charlotte Summers; and
- CardioRespiratory Medicine (CaRM) is led by Professor Martin Bennett and includes research in the Heart and Lung Research Institute (HLRI),
And one Section providing coordination of NHS research and training;
- Specialty Medicine, Research and Training (SMaRT) is led by Professor Mark Gurnell, and coordinates with NHS teaching, recruitment and research.
Please view information on our courses from the links above.