About the Project
This is a multidisciplinary project involving molecular and cell biology, inflammation and innate immunity, genetics and virology. The candidate will experience a wide range of state-of-the-art techniques currently ongoing in our laboratory including cloning, ELISA, qPCR, CRISPR/Cas9 editing, protein expression and production, proteomics, signal transduction, microscopy and flow cytometry amongst others. For a flavour of what we do, see reference papers PMID 29491158, 30258003, 31941397 as well our laboratory website (www.maluquerlab.org).
This project will be starting in October 2020.
A First or Upper Second Class Honours degree from the UK (or equivalent qualification from EU Institutions) in a relevant subject area.
An IELTS Academic of 6.5 or above with 6 in each individual category (or equivalent qualification from other agencies). For more details on English Language requirements see: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/biosciences-and-medicine-phd#entry
How to apply:
Applications should be submitted via the Biosciences and Medicine PhD course page (apply tab): https://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/biosciences-and-medicine-phd
In your application, please clearly state the studentship title and supervisor to be considered. Instead of a project proposal, upload a cover letter indicating why you have applied and what you hope to achieve by undertaking this PhD. Your CV should include your course modules and marks (including predicted grade if you are in your final year).
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted to arrange an interview via Zoom (expected w/c July 20th).
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