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British Heart Foundation 4 Year PhD Scholarships

British Heart Foundation 4 Year PhD Scholarships

Call for Applications for September 2022

Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences (ICAMS), University of Glasgow

This award is led by Professor Eleanor Davies within the Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences (ICAMS), which is a BHF Centre of Research Excellence.

Research in ICAMS focuses on:

  1. Cardiac
  2. Vascular Biology
  3. Cardiometabolic Disease

Each of these themes contains strategically linked groups of leading, internationally-respected academics who provide the highest quality supervision to students. Research links exist between staff in the cardiovascular groups and those in other Institutes (Cancer; Infection, Immunity & Inflammation; Health and Wellbeing; Molecular, Cell and & Systems Biology; Neuroscience) within the College, facilitating cross-Institute collaborations.

As a BHF Centre of Excellence, ICAMS provides the highest quality training in cardiovascular research, at the basic-science, translational and clinical levels.

ICAMS Website: www.gla.ac.uk/researchinstitutes/icams/

The programme comprises an intensive first year of training in research techniques and theory plus three research placements culminating in the award of an MRes. This is followed by a three year PhD research project. Scholarships are available to outstanding students from broad ranging disciplines.

Stipend rates start at £19,919 per annum.

For further details contact:

Professor Eleanor Davies -
Eleanor.Davies@glasgow.ac.uk

For Admin Info:

Mrs Ruth Bennett -
Ruth.Bennett@glasgow.ac.uk

Deadline for Applications: Friday 28th January 2022

The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity, number SC004401

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