The UK Centre for Research in Clinical Tropical Medicine

The UK Centre for Research in Clinical Tropical Medicine at Oxford provides support to Wellcome Trust Fellows working overseas and to the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes in Kenya, Thailand and Viet Nam.

 

CCVTM Building

Support for overseas researchers includes the organisation of UK-based scientific meetings, export of laboratory consumables and equipment, links to academics based in Oxford and to the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust, and library services.

We provide bursaries for PhD students based at the overseas programmes and support clinical training in tropical medicine in the UK and overseas. Medical elective students from the UK can spend time at Tropical Medicine's overseas programmes and we support medical students from developing countries completing a medical elective in Oxford.

Dr Brian Angus is the Director of the UK Centre for Research in Clinical Tropical Medicine at Oxford. Dr Angus joined the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine in 1993 and he originally worked in Thailand studying pharmacokinetics in severe malaria and melioidosis.

The UK Centre for Clinical Tropical Medicine is an integrated part of the administration team handling the Tropical Medicine Centre's grants, finances and personnel management.