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The Andrew Markus Visiting Scholarship is to be awarded to a practising medical doctor (physician) with an interest in medical ethics. It provides an opportunity for a clinician to take part in the academic life of the Ethox Centre, part of Oxford Population Health, and to engage with scholars at Green Templeton College.

The successful applicant will undertake research in medical ethics at the University of Oxford. Visiting Scholars will spend four weeks working at the Ethox Centre. The scholar will benefit from the supervision and feedback of Ethox research staff and will also have the opportunity to attend talks and lectures across the University. 

During their visit, the scholar will be invited to give a presentation on their research at an Ethox Centre research seminar, and write a guest post for the Ethox blog.

The value of the scholarship is up to £2500, and is intended to assist scholars with travel and living costs during their visit. The deadline for applications is 21 April 2024. Full details are available on the Scholarship web page.