The studentship is funded by NC3Rs and open to applicants with with a BSc (First or Upper Second) or MSc (Distinction or Merit) in a relevant discipline. The studentship will include a stipend of £17,241, PhD fees (at home/EU levels) and £8000 consumables per annum and will be funded for 3 years.
Your application must consist of a CV, contact details of two academic referees, and a personal statement (1,000 words maximum) describing your suitability for this project.
Informal enquiries are encouraged before the closing date and can be made to Dr Yung-Yao Lin ([email protected])
1. Paredes‐Redondo, A. & Lin, Y.-Y. Human induced pluripotent stem cells: challenges and opportunities in developing new therapies for muscular dystrophies. in eLS 1–10 (Wiley, 2019). doi:10.1002/9780470015902.a0028371
2. Kim, J. et al. A new patient-derived iPSC model for dystroglycanopathies validates a compound that increases glycosylation of α-dystroglycan. EMBO Rep. 20, e47967 (2019).
3. Find out more about the PhD studentship:
FTE Category A staff submitted: 144.11
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