Welcome to the NIH OxCam page for Current Students. We hope to be able to provide relevant information relating to your time as an NIH OxCam student, and if you have any suggestions for what could be included please let the Graduate Programme team know.
Cambridge Visit Week 19-21 June 2017 – This event allows for the new incoming class to meet with fellow OxCammers and potential supervisors. The week starts with a student-led welcome BBQ Jesus Green and includes a workshop with programme director Dr Menna Clatworthy, the International Office and CATO. All current students are invited to join the welcome BBQ, contact email@example.com for more information.
Lifecycle of a PhD Student – Detailed information on all aspects of the Lifecycle of a 1+3 PhD student, with relevant links and processes can be found here:
NIH Student Matriculation Guide and Handbook university-application-and-matriculation-guidelines_june2016update
NIH Cambridge Buddy System – The NIH-Cambridge buddy system is in place to help new scholars become accustomed to Cambridge. First years are paired together with older scholars before arriving in Cambridge so they can get to know each other and get acquainted with how Cambridge works.
Tasks like opening a bank account, figuring out how to find out about events, and navigating the city may seem daunting at first but become easy with the support of the NIH-Cambridge Scholars community. Each mentor treats their mentees to dinner in Michaelmas term with generous support from the OxCam program, so they can form relationships that will last throughout the program and beyond! Contact – Keval Patel firstname.lastname@example.org ; David Bulger email@example.com ; Terry Wu firstname.lastname@example.org
And also review the matriculation guide to get an OxCammer perspective.
NIH Facebook Page – Below is a link to a facebook group administrated by NIH OxCammer Casey Rimland made for all OxCammers to join and use as a forum to keep in touch with each other, share collective years of wisdom, and just help continue to strengthen our program!
Let us know if you have any problems joining the group.
NIH Cambridge Consulting Network (CCN) – The Cambridge Consulting Network (CCN) has established a branch in Washington DC, and membership is open to anyone at NIH and universities in the DC area. Our group focuses on getting students consulting projects with real clients – in the past, this has included a private equity firm, tech startups, and large NGOs in Colombia and Indonesia; we are currently expanding into the biotech/pharma sector.
If you’re curious about the business side of science or interested in learning more about consulting, you should join!
Sign up here: http://www.cambridgeconsultingnetwork.com/