We are pleased to invite applications to a new HDR UK Turing PhD programme in Health Data Science.
Our PhD programme aims to develop future leaders in health data science. Its underlying philosophy is that health data science requires a combination of expertise spanning three fundamental areas: statistical, computational, and health sciences.
This programme is run in partnership with the universities of Cambridge, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford, University College London and Queen’s University Belfast.
We’re looking for students who want to make a difference. People who want to work together to combine statistics and computation skills within a health setting to overcome existing challenges and look to develop new opportunities.
You will develop your background in quantitative science (e.g. maths, statistics, physics, engineering, computing) and learn new skills within the health and biomedical communities, so that together you can undertake ground-breaking research.
Common Core Syllabus
HDR UK Immersions
The programme offers the following to students:
Before applying we recommend students read through the Call Document and FAQs which can be found on our website.
To submit an application, please apply through our online form. All candidates will also need to apply to one our partner universities. For full details on this process please read the Call Document and FAQs.
Applications close 1st December 2020 at 12.00GMT.
Health Data Research UK and The Alan Turing Institute are committed to championing equality, diversity, and inclusion. If you have questions about the studentships or require adjustments to the application process, please contact our team on PhD@hdruk.ac.uk or on +44 (0)203 862 3379.
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