Experimental and translational therapeutics

Flexible postgraduate courses and training in experimental and translational therapeutics

In partnership with the Department of Oncology

The programme in experimental and translational therapeutics provides an opportunity to harness Oxford’s advances in modern molecular medicine and translate them into therapeutic benefits for patients.

  • Part-time master's programme - study while working
  • One-week courses in Oxford for professional training and updating
  • Taught by leading clinicians and scientists under Professor Leonard Seymour, Department of Oncology 
  • The latest advances in knowledge, skills and techniques supported by regular programme review
  • For professionals in research, healthcare, business and commercialisation, clinical trials and regulation.

"The course enabled me to strengthen my existing knowledge base, while advancing my understanding of the cutting edge developments in therapeutics - it provided me with a platform to progress my academic career and left me with more research interests/abilities."

Sharon, Reader in Pharmacotherapeutics

MSc in Experimental and Translational Therapeutics

MSc in Experimental and Translational Therapeutics

A part-time course consisting of six taught modules and a dissertation in the field of experimental and translational therapeutics.

Modules and short courses in experimental and translational therapeutics

Modules and short courses in experimental and translational therapeutics

Graduate 5-day short courses for health professionals will appeal to those from a wide range of backgrounds.


Upcoming courses

Short intensive • Short courses • Professional development
  • Mon 14 Oct 2024 – 18 Oct 2024
Short intensive • Short courses • Professional development
  • Mon 11 Nov 2024 – 15 Nov 2024
Short intensive • Short courses • Professional development
  • Mon 27 Jan 2025 – 31 Jan 2025
Short intensive • Short courses • Professional development
  • Mon 10 Mar 2025 – 14 Mar 2025
Short intensive • Professional development
  • Mon 12 May 2025 – 16 May 2025