We are offering up to 32 PhD studentships in 2020/21 to high quality UK/EU applicants, providing full tuition fee and a stipend of at least £15,009 per year. Students will also get £300 travel and conference allowance per year, and £5,000 contribution towards consumable costs per year.
High calibre graduates are invited to apply for an up to 4 year MRC-funded Integrated study PhD in Precision Medicine which starts in September 2020. This exciting programme offers interdisciplinary projects focused on delivery of improvements in health and welfare and there are also opportunities to take courses at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The programme is a joint collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow.
Our vision is to train the next generation of research leaders with the vital interdisciplinary skillsets, including mathematical, engineering and biological, to unravel disease mechanisms and devise new therapies. You will develop the adaptability needed to make you an agile researcher in this fast-moving area, equipped to develop and utilise analytical methodologies to improve health and wellbeing.
Our programme is structured to meet the specific training needs of researchers who require depth in specialist areas and breadth to work across disciplines and sectors paired with practical understanding arising from real-world application.
Our degree training programme offers:
Additional information on programme structure including taught and research requirements is available on the Precision Medicine webpages.
The University of Edinburgh is a leading postgraduate teaching and research centre, ranked 20th in the QS World Rankings 2020.. The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicines’ reputation as one of the world’s leading centres of medical and veterinary medical research has been reaffirmed by its UK REF 2014 results.
The College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences is home to world leading expertise across an impressive diversity of basic science and clinical disciplines with research into genes, cells, organs, individuals, populations, and ecosystems. It is through our research and teaching excellence that we make a sustained contribution to the understanding and resolution of national and global issues.
This programme is available to UK/EU residents only. Details of MRC eligibility requirements can be found here.
The minimum entry requirement for our research programmes is an undergraduate degree, with an excellent or very good classification (equivalent to first or upper second class honours in the UK).
You will also have to meet the University’s English language requirements if English is not your first language. Find out more about our language requirements here.
Applicants must choose a project and make their application by the deadline of Wednesday 8th January 2020..
Applications are made via the University of Edinburgh website here. Please ensure to upload a CV and cover letter with your application.
Interviews are likely to be held week commencing 10th February 2020..
Informal enquiries can be made to [email protected]
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