Fully funded four-year studentships are available for September 2020 to join Warwick’s MRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP). The training programme involves an exciting one-year MSc in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research and then a three-year PhD project in world-leading laboratory based biomedical research that uses novel approaches from engineering or the mathematical, computational or physical sciences. Students will benefit from a comprehensive training programme that offers advanced workshops, transferable skills training and cohort learning events and conferences with ~ 50 other students.
A series of taught modules, including frontier techniques and research skills in biomedicine, advanced microscopy and imaging, physical biology of the cell, programming, mathematical modelling and two 12-week research projects in two different biomedical research disciplines.
The MSc year is followed by a three-year PhD project in either:
There is the possibility of a collaboration with industry or an international placement at either an A*STAR institute, Singapore or the MRC Unit in The Gambia.
For more information please visit our website.
A strong first degree (2:1 or above), or international equivalent in a relevant subject and a minimum of grade B in A Level Mathematics (or the equivalent). Please see the website for information about academic and residency requirements.
Studentships covering full fees, consumables budget and annual stipend (£15,280 in 2020/21*). Students also receive individual funding for conference attendance and can apply for additional funding for high cost and exceptional training opportunities.
If you are interested in joining our DTP community please apply at warwick.ac.uk/mrcdtp/apply by 28 November 2019. Interviews will take place on 8 January 2020.