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The Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU) is part of The Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Oxford. Within MORU, our strength is our infrastructure to deliver excellent research and clinical studies to develop healthcare methods and systems for the improvement of global health.These pages contain information and links to details of jobs, studentships and oppourtunites for those wishing to join the MORU network.

Job opportunities

Due to the diversity and international spread of our network, our vacancies are interesting and varied. We offer career development and training for all staff and students. Check out our jobs section to see local vacancies for Thai nationals, international opportunities advertised by Oxford, plus read about some of our researchers and how their careers have developed as part of this network.


Check out our new Training pages for links and information on training courses, materials and resources available to MORU Network staff and students.


We have been hosting students from Mahidol University, University of Oxford and Open University for over 20 years. Review our student pages to learn more about life as a MORU student, investigate the research that we do, identify a potential supervisor and find out how to apply.

MORU - OUCRU Discovery Research Academy (MODRA)

With a focus on global health and infectious diseases, this Wellcome-funded 18-month programme is designed to empower early to mid-career post-doctoral researchers within our extensive network across Asian low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Our vision is to transform the landscape of health research in South Asia by building capacity, enhancing research skills, and fostering a vibrant community of researchers.