Our current job opportunities in Thailand are advertised on JobsDB. Please note that we advertise these positions via a number of routes. If on JobsDB it says “this job is no longer available”, this indicates the advert has expired but the position may not yet have been filled.
If you are interested in applying for any of these positions either submit your application through the link provided (if not expired) or email your CV and a cover letter to Worarat Khuenpetch stating the job title in the subject line.
Funding: there are various scholarships available which candidates are automatically considered for if their DPhil application is successful. In addition, applicants who are a US citizen or permanent resident can apply to the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program for a fully funded DPhil.
Some existing PhD projects at Oxford are advertised via the pages of the individual PIs but not all projects are advertised in this way. New projects can also be created for the right candidate. Please contact us if you would like to discuss about possible projects or creating a new project based on your own research interests.
For enquiries about degree opportunities with MORU Epidemiology, email firstname.lastname@example.org with "degrees" in the subject line.
MORU Epidemiology provides opportunities for internships to study for periods of several weeks to several months. If you are interested to do an internship with us in Bangkok, email your CV and a cover letter with "internships" in the subject line to email@example.com.
Courses and Training
MORU Epidemiology runs courses on Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Data Management and GPS Mapping for academia and governments. Details of upcoming courses will be posted below. For enquiries about arranging a course, please contact us.