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DPHIL STUDENTs

Lien 


Lien DavidsonWhy did you choose to do a DPhil/MSc by Research in Obstetrics & Gynaecology?

I chose to do a DPhil in NDOG because I was so inspired by my experiences on the MSc in Clinical Embryology about the current developments in the field of assisted reproductive technology.

What do you find most interesting?

What I find most interesting is the ever changing nature of scientific research. The literature is always evolving, and as such, scientific approaches are always changing and improving.

What are your post-DPhil/MSc by Research plans?

Following my DPhil I plan to go to medical school.

Vuyane 

Vuyane MhlomiWhat were you doing before you started your DPhil/MSc by Research?

Practicing as a medical doctor in South Africa.

What do you find most interesting?

The dynamic team of individuals I work with, the friendly staff and novel and diverse research conducted in the department.

What are your post-DPhil/MSc by Research plans?

I have a healthcare start-up and will continue with that before specializing in cardiology.

XIN

Xin HengWhy did you choose to come to Oxford?

Firstly, it's world-class university. Secondly, most research work is tightly associated with clinical background, which means doing it is meaningful for clinical treatment.

What are your post-DPhil/MSc by Research plans?

Becoming a researcher or a doctor.



MSC by research students

Moses

MosesWhy did you choose to do a DPhil/MSc by Research in Obstetrics & Gynaecology?

I wanted to improve my academic credentials and job prospects in the field of infertility.

What do you find most interesting?

Working with people in different fields, both medical and non-medical, to all achieve the same goal for the project.

What do you find most challenging?

Balancing my MSc with a full time job.

Anisha

AnishaWhat were you doing before you started your DPhil/MSc by Research?

MSc in Global Governance & Diplomacy in Oxford's Department of International Development

What do you find most interesting?

The room for interdisciplinary projects and thinking.

What do you find most challenging?

The bike ride up Headington Hill.

Wahyu

WahyuWhy did you choose to come to Oxford?

The university is well known for its reputation and intimate cooperation with reputable research institutions in the world.

What do you find most interesting?

Lots of educational resources to improve our skills.