|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students|
|Funding amount:||Not Specified|
|Placed On:||15th April 2019|
|Closes:||23rd June 2019|
Research Area: Human Reproduction Molecular Endocrinology
Applications are invited for a partially funded PhD Studentship. The student working on this project will investigate the role of novel hormones in the human placenta and their role in human reproduction.
The human placenta is a transient endocrine organ that is crucial for the maintenance of pregnancy.
The successful student will:
The work will be conducted in the Department of Life Sciences under the direct supervision of Dr Emmanouil Karteris and in collaboration with clinicians and researchers from other leading UK Universities offering to the student the opportunity to be part of a dynamic research network specialising in molecular and cellular endocrinology.
For informal discussions about this studentship please contact Dr Karteris (Emmanouil.email@example.com).
Candidates should have an undergraduate degree (first or upper second class) or equivalent qualification in biology biochemistry biotechnology or similar disciplines. A Master’s qualification in biochemistry cellular and/or molecular biology is highly desirable. Experience in mammalian cell culturing qPCR and protein analyses is essential. Applicants who have not been awarded a degree by a University in the UK will be expected to demonstrate English language skills to IELTS 7.0 (minimum 6.0 in any section).
How to Apply
If you wish to apply please e-mail the following to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Sunday 23rd June 2019.
Short-listed applicants will be required to attend an interview week commencing 15th of July 2019. Applicants chosen for interview will be instructed to submit a formal online application via Admissions.
For further information about how to apply please contact the College of Health and Life Sciences Postgraduate Research Student Office on email@example.com.
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