About the Project
This project may appeal to students with cross-disciplinary interests in veterinary sciences, social sciences, epidemiology and microbiology but does require a veterinary degree as previous qualification.
Potential applicants interested in further information are encouraged to contact Dr Kristen Reyher at [Email Address Removed] or Prof Henry Buller at [Email Address Removed]
For more information on the Medical Research Foundation National PhD Training Programme in Antimicrobial Resistance Research please click here: https://amrtraining.ac.uk/
Please make an online application for this project at http://www.bris.ac.uk/pg-howtoapply. As part of your application, you need to choose: Faculty of Health Sciences under the ‘Faculty’ section, and then Veterinary Science_(PhD) under the ‘programme choice’ section. Additionally, under ‘funding’ and ‘Research Details’ section, please indicate that you are applying for a Medical Research Foundation National PhD Training Programme in AMR Research funded project and give the project title and names of the supervisors.
• Annual tuition fees paid at the 'Home' UK/EU rate
• Stipend at MRC ’plus’ rate £17,500 (2020-21) rising to £19,000 (tax free)
• Yearly travel allowance/Research costs/Interdisciplinary 3-month research project/placement allowance
Please see https://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/2020/health-sciences/phd-veterinary-sciences/ for more information and eligibility requirements. Non-UK/EU citizens are eligible for funding through this scheme but you will need to pay the difference between the annual ‘Home’ (i.e. UK/EU-based) tuition fees and the International fees required for yourself.
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