• The National Institutes of Health Campus
    The NIH is located in Bethesda, Maryland.
  • 2016 Lasker Awards
    NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars attend 2016 Lasker Awards in New York City
  • Oxford Campus
  • Regeneron Visit
    NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars visit Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
  • Cambridge Campus
  • Lasker Lessons in Leadership
    Panel on Leadership in Medicine and Public Health

What We Do

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program is an accelerated, individualized doctoral training program for outstanding science students committed to biomedical research careers. The International Biomedical Research Alliance, a private sector non-profit organization created in 2005, has provided program enhancements and financial stability to the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program.

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What YOU Can Do

Few philanthropic opportunities offer donors such an enormous return on their investment. The ability to empower some of the rarest and most precious human capital in our country to join the fight against human diseases is a uniquely important undertaking.  Together we can eradicate human diseases.

The Alliance is a 501(c)(3)  tax-exempt organization which means your donation is tax deductible.

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