World-class CASE PhD opportunities in Agriculture and Food Security, Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy, Bioscience for Health and Frontier Bioscience.
The Norwich Research Park Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership is led by the internationally renowned institutions based at the Norwich Research Park, UK: the John Innes Centre, the University of East Anglia, the Quadram Institute Bioscience, the Earlham Institute and The Sainsbury Laboratory
We are offering CASE PhD studentships at one of the largest and most successful centres for biological and biotechnological research and training in Europe. The Partnership has an international reputation for research and provides a centre of excellence for postgraduate training with first class research facilities. We provide students with the opportunity to access cutting edge technology and research expertise from industry and from across the Partnership and to be part of an active and friendly student community.
“The strong research community makes it a brilliant place to start a career in science.”
“The training and development made it an easy decision to apply here. There’s so much on in Norwich too – it’s a great city to live in!”
All CASE research students spend time with a non-academic/industrial partner and, in addition to experiencing the non-academic/industrial research environment, have opportunities for business related training. Building on our strong links with industry and our established successful CASE studentships, these offer a unique collaborative experience.
The 4-year studentships include a tax-free stipend, university registration fees and research/training funds to students who meet the eligibility criteria.
Funding & Eligibility criteria: biodtp.norwichresearchpark.ac.uk/how-to-apply/funding-and-eligibility
Please visit us at our Norwich Research Park Doctoral Training Partnership website biodtp.norwichresearchpark.ac.uk.
|Fighting atherogenic TMAO with food and probiotics (KROONQ19CASE)||Details|
|Novel microbiome based biomarkers of poultry gut health (NARBADQ19CASE2)||Details|
|ReStrain: Discovery of markers of a healthy gut microbiome through computational and experimental means (academic-industry collaboration) (HILDEBRANDQ19CASE2)||Details|
|Veg for health! Polyphenol enriched snack foods to reduce glycaemic responses and drive changes in the microbiota (WARRENQ19CASE)||Details|