Non-clinical: Non-clinical deadlines to be announced.
Clinical: 2nd March 2020.
Studentships available: 4 (2 non-clinical and 2 clinical)
Non-clinical: £140,000 over four years, including fees, laboratory expenses (£13,500 pa), and stipend (£19,000 pa).
Clinical: Up to £256,000 over 3 years, including fees, laboratory expenses, and salary.
The Centre’s PhD programme provides an outstanding opportunity for early career training in this dynamic, multidisciplinary environment. In addition, delivery of high quality research outputs from these studentships (high impact publications, novel therapeutic strategies and clinical trial concepts) is strategically critical for the Centre. Four prestigious PhD training fellowships are awarded each year, two of which are a 3-year clinical studentship. This fellowship provides full funding for student fees, laboratory consumables and salary.
The Centre’s scientific focus is on understanding oncogenesis and tumour immunobiology, providing the scientific basis for novel targeted therapies, immunotherapies, and stratification approaches. The three core themes of the Centre are Immunology, Genomics and the Tumour Microenvironment.
For more information please visit our website.
We offer two high quality peer-reviewed projects selected through the CRUK Birmingham Centre Studentship Review Committee. We are currently in the process of selection and projects will be advertised here in the New Year.
We are pleased to confirm our two non-clinical studentships on offer are:
These studentships are open to Home/EU students and international students, but please note that fees are only funded up to Home/EU rate.
Deadline – 8th March 2020 – see individual project links for application details
Applications should be directed to Parini Mankad.
To apply, please send:
The Centre’s PhD programme provides an outstanding opportunity for early career training within a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment. Three prestigious PhD fellowships are awarded each year, two of which are non-clinical studentships.