PhD Studentships of the North West Cancer Research (NWCR) Centre
University of Liverpool
|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students|
|Funding amount:||£19,000 stipend per annum|
|Placed on:||15th November 2016|
|Closes:||15th December 2016|
Three individual (3 year) studentships
The NWCR Centre comprises a network research groups from across the NW of England who work on basic and translational aspects of cancer biology.
Three places are available on the NWCR Centre Ph.D. programme each with a generous 3-year NWCR-funded stipend starting at £19,000 per annum.
The following three projects are available for Ph.D. study:
- Investigating the role of hypoxia in brain tumour cell invasion using advanced in vitro and in vivo imaging.
- Molecular analysis of Ap4A-mediated regulation of DNA replication and genome stability.
Supervisor: Dr. Nikki Copeland (University of Lancaster). For further information contact: email@example.com.
- Proteomics Meets Cancer Therapeutics: Comprehensive Analysis of Cellular Drug Interactions in CML using Mass Spectrometry-based Thermal Proteomic Profiling.
Supervisor: Dr. Pat Eyers (University of Liverpool). For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a combined program supported by NWCR and the Universities of Liverpool, Lancaster and Bangor. We have considerable experience in providing high quality Ph.D. training based on the exceptionally strong research expertise within the Centre. Work at the NWCR Centre is supported by international centres of excellence, including the: NWCR Institute - University of Bangor, Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences, Lancaster University, MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science, Wolfson Centre for Personalised Medicine, Centre for Genomic Research, Centre for Preclinical Imaging, LBIH Biobank, Instrumentation available through the Technology Directorate, UoL.
Eligibility and funding
The NWCR Centre will support three students with three year studentships (currently starting at £19,000 per annum, tax free), course fees (home/EU rate), travel and research funds. In addition, one of the students will have the option of conducting an initial 1 year MRES. Applicants should be recent graduates or final year undergraduates who have to get a first or upper second-class honours degree or equivalent, and have laboratory or research experience. All applicants must satisfy the appropriate University English language requirements. You will be expected to be able to work both in a team and independently and develop expertise in new areas as required. Travel expenses for interview will be covered for UK and EU students but candidates from non-EU countries are likely to be required to pay their own travel expenses.
How to Apply
To apply please send a covering letter outlining your reasons for applying, a curriculum vitae and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least two referees to email@example.com. For application enquires please contact Mrs Debbie Horne, NWCR-UoL Centre Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that due to the large volume of applications received, it is not possible for acknowledgements to be provided for each application.
The deadline for applications is the 15th December 2016. Short-listed applicants will be interviewed in late January 2017. The successful candidates will start their Ph.D. training at the beginning of October 2017.
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