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Alumni Overview

Since its inception in 2001, more than 100 students have earned their doctoral degrees through the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars (OxCam) program and have moved on to make exciting scientific discoveries in their research.

The numerous successes and achievements of our alumni has made it challenging to maintain a current database. We are striving to cultivate the relationships with our former students and take great pride in observing the development of these scholars’ careers. We look forward to providing constant updates on the remarkable accomplishments of our alumni and hope that their continued engagement will provide networking opportunities for our current students.

Image of Danielle S. Bassett, PhD (Class of ’05)

Danielle S. Bassett, PhD (Class of ’05)

Danielle graduated from the OxCam program in July of 2009 with her PhD in Physics from the University of Cambridge.  She has pursued a career in academia and is currently a tenure-track professor at the University of Pennsylvania, in the Department of Bioengineering. Her most recent accomplishment includes being named a Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in 2014.

http://www.danisbassett.com

Image of Francis Mussai, MD, DPhil (Class of ’08)

Francis Mussai, MD, DPhil (Class of ’08)

Francis graduated from the OxCam program in 2012 with his DPhil from the University of Oxford. He is currently at the University of Birmingham as a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Pediatric Oncology, Honorary Consultant in Pediatric Oncology, and Cancer Research UK Clinician Scientist Fellow.

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cancer/francis-mussai.aspx

Image of Prantik Kundu, PhD (Class of ’09)

Prantik Kundu, PhD (Class of ’09)

Prantik graduated from the OxCam program in 2013 with his PhD from the University of Cambridge. He has recently accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

 

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