This project is generously funded by Cancer Research Wales. Full UK/EU tuition fees, Doctoral stipend matching UK Research Council National Minimum and a full consumables budget.
The desired intake date is October 2019, although an earlier intake in April or July can be arranged if required by the selected candidate.
Minimum degree classification is upper second class (2i) degree, ideally in a related subject area (e.g. immunology, genetics). Applicants with additional laboratory experience – ideally to Master’s level and/or significant additional lab experience are especially encouraged to apply.
Applicants should provide a full CV (including details of a minimum of 3 potential referees) and a cover letter and personal statement to outline any relevant experience, and their motivation for applying for this position.
In order to be considered you must submit a formal application via Cardiff University’s online application service. (click 'Apply now' at the bottom of this page to be taken to the website.
There is a box at the top right of the page labelled ‘Apply’, please ensure you select the correct ‘Qualification’ (E.g. Doctor of Philosophy), the correct ‘Mode of Study’ (E.g. Full Time) and the correct ‘Start Date’ (E.g. October 2018). This will take you to the application portal.