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.

ANNUAL RESEARCH WORKSHOP 2019

NIH CAMPUS

NIH SCHOLARS VISIT REGENERON

THE RIVER CAM - CAMBRIDGE CAMPUS

DAVID RUBENSTEIN EXPLORES LEADERSHIP WITH DR. ANTHONY FAUCI

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OXFORD CAMPUS

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

A Science Fair Enthusiast Emerges as a Future Physician-Scientist During the COVID-19 Pandemic20210915162442

A Science Fair Enthusiast Emerges as a Future Physician-Scientist During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Did you notice the Alliance’s new homepage image? Are you curious about what this image depicts? Vicky graciously let us use ...
Oh, the Places You’ll Go20210813155850

Oh, the Places You’ll Go

NIH Oxford-Cambridge (OxCam) Alumna Erin Coonahan completed her DPhil research at the National Institute for Allergy and Infe...
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Uncovering DNA damage Hot Spots in Human Neurons

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Searching for Answers – NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholar Lindsey Rosen’s Research takes a Deep Dive Look into COVID-19

Why does SARS-CoV-2 infection cause devastating illness in some while others have only mild symptoms? A study published in Sc...
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Science Clear + Vivid: Researching Her Own Disease

This week on Science Clear+Vivid host Alan Alda leads a conversation with another rising talent in science, Dr. Audrey W...
Science Clear + Vivid: The Brothers Shenderov20210429173937

Science Clear + Vivid: The Brothers Shenderov

You may recognize Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Alan Alda from the hit series M*A*S*H and Scientific American Frontiers,...
An Old Foe May Be a New Friend: How One NIH Cambridge Scholar’s Research Holds Promise for Children with Cancer20210420190631

An Old Foe May Be a New Friend: How One NIH Cambridge Scholar’s Research Holds Promise for Children with Cancer

A modified oncolytic herpes virus (oHSV) G207, alone and in combination with radiation, has been shown to be well tolerated w...
NIH-Oxford MD/DPhil Scholar Jude Tunyi Discusses His Fulbright Experience in Finland20210401120056

NIH-Oxford MD/DPhil Scholar Jude Tunyi Discusses His Fulbright Experience in Finland

In recognition of the opening of the 2022-2023 Fulbright Award application cycle, this two-part interview highlights two...