DPhil


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DPh

or DPhil
abbr.
Doctor of Philosophy

DPhil

or

DPh

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Philosophy. Also: PhD
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Noun1.DPhil - a British doctorate
Doctor of Philosophy - a doctorate awarded for original contributions to knowledge
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DPhil

[ˌdiːˈfɪl] DPh n abbr =Doctor of Philosophydottorato di ricerca
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23 (BNA): Deputy Premier His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa received Baroness Morris of Bolton, OBE DL DPhil LLD, Member of the British House of Lords, Chairman of British Conservative Party's Council for the Middle East, and Chairman of the Islamic Finance Studies Centre at Bolton University in the United Kingdom accompanied with Professor George E.
Munari, an alumni of the London School of Economics, holds a DPhil in mathematics from Oxford University, and was a post-doctoral fellow in the mathematical laboratories at Ecole Polytechnique.
After studying for a degree at Churchill College, Cambridge, and a DPhil at Lincoln College, Oxford, he trained at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund in London and the Sidney Farber (now Dana-Farber) Cancer Institute in Boston, US, before returning to the UK to work at the ICR.
Rachel Forsyth began her career in medical communications 17 years ago, after graduating with a DPHIL in parasitology from the University of Oxford.
The researchers are not sure what accounted for this effect, but one possibility involves the power of self-perception, says study leader Andrew Steptoe, DPhil, of the University College London.
Angel Foster, DPhil, MD, AM, endowed chair of women's health research at the Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, and chair of APHA's Population, Reproductive and Sexual Health Section, says the law is an affront to public health, as it does nothing to address maternal health, drug use prevention, addiction treatment or the over-prescription of opioids.
On his LinkedIn profile, the lawyer gives his name as Alan Blacker and his full title as Dr The Rt Hon The Lord Harley of Counsel KStJ DPhil.
Nonetheless, Sloan-Kettering found this method too subjective but not that of researchers Elisabeth Stockert, DPhil, and Franz Schmid, DVM, who used only the naked eye examination.
I didn't see Pip during the years when she was in Oxford, writing her DPhil thesis, though I had news of her progress from time to time.
His undergraduate degree and early career were in aerospace engineering, but Professor Gill made the move to healthcare when he started his DPhil degree at Oxford, followed by a two-year appointment as an Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary.
Dr Renee Hlozek, holder of the ASSA Scholarship in 2005, successfully completed her DPhil studies in observational cosmology at Oxford University, and has been appointed a Lyman Spitzer Jr.
Waller, who holds a BA in Near Eastern Studies from Brigham Young University and a DPhil in Mediterranean Studies from King's College in London also speaks Arabic, Spanish and French.