About the Project
The team involved in the project is made up of Professor Boyle (Hull), Dr Graeme Stasiuk (KCL) and Professor Alexander MacRoberts & Dr Kerstin Sanders (UCL) as the project lead investigators, and is supported by postdoctoral researchers and PhD students in all four laboratories.
The scholarship is part of a larger project involving collaborators at Kings College and University College, London.
The successful student will be based in Hull but will have the opportunity to visit the laboratories of collaborators in London to learn techniques and test compounds synthesised in Hull.
You will primarily be involved in synthesising and testing the therapeutic component of the system but will have the opportunity to learn radio-imaging both at the Hull Centre for Molecular Imaging and radio-imaging laboratories at KCL and UCL.
This scholarship is open to Home students only on a full-time basis over three years. Applicants for all projects should have a first class undergraduate degree together with relevant research experience or a Masters level qualification in a related subject. A 2:1 may be considered, if combined with relevant experience.
PhD students at the University of Hull follow modules for research and transferable skills development and gain a Masters level Certificate, or Diploma, in Research Training, in addition to their research degree.
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