The PhD opportunity is a full time 3 year programme working with clinical specialists in renal medicine (Morriston Renal Unit) and academic researchers (Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine, Cardiff University).
Currently the opening is only available to those candidates able to evidence sponsorship for their PhD tuition fees and subsistence costs (3 years of study).
Applicants must have obtained a First or Upper Second Class UK Honours degree, or the equivalent qualification gained outside the UK, in an appropriate area of science.
This PhD studentship is designed for a candidate with a passion to develop skills as a researcher in healthcare interventions and use evidence to improve clinical decision-making and influence the development of practice guidelines; the particular project is focussed upon outcomes in patients diagnosed with chronic kidney disease and anaemia of chronic kidney disease.
For more information on this project and how to apply please contact:
Justine Jenkins, Research and Engagement Manager, 029 20875811 [email protected]
FTE Category A staff submitted: 74.95
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