A background in biochemistry, systems biology or analytical sciences is preferred with a particular interest in the analysis of ‘big data’ (for which training can be provided).
This would be an unfunded PhD studentship and annual £6000-12000 for research expenses may be required.
Start date would be by negotiation between the Supervisors and Student.
Informal enquiries to: Professor Douglas Kell [email protected]
Professor Gregory Lip [email protected]
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