One of the key components to the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program (OxCam) is promoting our students to publish and present work throughout their time at the NIH and their chosen university. In recognition of a unique program structure that facilitates international collaboration and an accelerated rate of training, the OxCam program was featured in a recently published article in Trends in Immunology: “Breaking the Mold: Partnering with the National Institutes of Health Intramural Research Training Program to Accelerate PhD Training” (Soucy et al., 2016).
Program-wide, our students have published more than 700 papers. We share the most recent publications from our current students and in the future hope to highlight exciting advances in research.
The figures below illustrate the publication productivity and scientific impact of OxCam students. On average, OxCam students publish 2 first author research articles during their 4-year tenure in the program.