Who we are

Established in 2005 as a public-private partnership, the International Biomedical Research Alliance (The Alliance) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization comprised of a group of dedicated private citizens with the shared aim of training a new generation of top biomedical researchers.

NIH CAMPUS

OXFORD CAMPUS

CAMBRIDGE CAMPUS

Scholars visit to Regeneron

Our Mission

Our mission is to invest in and accelerate the development of the future leaders in biomedical research through a unique global doctoral training model that leverages the combined expertise of the National Institutes of Health in the United States and the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge in the United Kingdom – the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program.

How the Program Has Shaped Our Scholars

News & Events

The 2018 Lasker Awards20181022140258

The 2018 Lasker Awards

The International Biomedical Research Alliance, in collaboration with the Lasker Foundation, invited six students from the NI...
Career Explorations: Healthcare Investing, Missing Microbes, NYGC and Industry20181019172432

Career Explorations: Healthcare Investing, Missing Microbes, NYGC and Industry

What brought the NIH OxCam/Wellcome Trust Scholars to New York City this September? With a coveted invite to the Lasker Award...
Dr. James P. Allison awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine20181018144034

Dr. James P. Allison awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Have you heard of “America’s Nobels”? The Lasker Awards, often referred to as “America’s Nobels,” have been award...
Alliance Appoints Dr. Ralph A. Korpman — UnitedHealth Group Executive VP and CSO to its Board20181011233849

Alliance Appoints Dr. Ralph A. Korpman — UnitedHealth Group Executive VP and CSO to its Board

Dr. Korpman will provide mentorship to PhD and MD/PhD students in the US and UK    The International Biomedical Research Al...
Tesar ’03 Continues to Excel20180807161850

Tesar ’03 Continues to Excel

After graduating from the NIH OxCam program in 2007, with a landmark paper in Nature describing the discovery of a new type o...
Shenderov ‘05 Recognized with Distinguished Fellowship/Award20180807160248

Shenderov ‘05 Recognized with Distinguished Fellowship/Award

Dr. Eugene Shenderov completed his PhD as a Rhodes Scholar from the NIH OxCam Program in 2009. In 2009, he co-founded the Cha...
Natrajan ‘11 Named to “40 Under 40” at U Georgia20180807155949

Natrajan ‘11 Named to “40 Under 40” at U Georgia

Guess who was just named as one the University of Georgia Alumni Association’s “40 under 40”? Our 2015 graduate Dr. Muk...
Lathia ’05 Receives Rising Star Award20180807153631

Lathia ’05 Receives Rising Star Award

Dr. Justin Lathia has just been awarded the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute’s Inaugural Rising Star Award. This ...