About the Project
This project is one of five studentships awarded by the Dunhill Medical Trust as part of the Engineering novel in-vitro Model systems to accelERate aGEing research doctoral training programme (EMERGE DTP).
The scope of the DTP is to develop novel tools to investigate the effect of aging in different biological systems. The student will be based at the Manor Park campus of the University of Surrey located in Guildford, which is only 40-minutes away by train from London.
It is anticipated that this project will result in academic publications and will lead to future developments of high translational potential. Therefore, we are looking for a candidate who is highly motivated to conduct world-leading research.
This is a 3-year studentship starting in October 2020.
• MSc degree or European equivalent degree in a relevant scientific or biomedical discipline, acquired or to be acquired
before the beginning of the PhD.
• Self-driven, enthusiastic and a good communicator
• Excellent organisational skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Students without English as first language MUST provide a language certificate (overall IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent) before the beginning of the studentship.
• Experience in any of the techniques cited in the aims above, especially bioengineering.
How to apply:
To apply please follow the instructions detailed on https://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/biosciences-and-medicine-phd following the October start date link (full time). Please clearly state the studentship title and supervisor on your application. Prospective applicants are warmly encouraged to contact Dr Nalesso via email ([email protected]) for informal enquiries regarding the studentship.
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