About the Project
The successful candidate will be involved in a multidisciplinary research project in collaboration with the Surrey and Cambridge. The candidate will be exposed to a range of electrophysiological (in-vivo electrocardiogram recordings, Langendorff perfused setups, sharp electrode experiments, loose patch techniques, and confocal microscopy) and molecular (western blots, qPCR, ELISA) and histological techniques.
This project is due to commence in April 2021.
This is an interdisciplinary project in electrophysiology and molecular biology. Undergraduates with a degree in Biological Sciences or related subjects are welcomed as long as they have a strong interest in electrophysiology and molecular biology. Medical and veterinary graduates are encouraged to apply. A Master’s degree in related subject is desirable and previous experience in electrophysiology work is useful but not essential.
How to apply:
Please apply for this PhD through the School of Veterinary Medicine PhD applications portal https://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/veterinary-medicine-and-science-phd (click on the “Apply” tab). Applicants are invited to contact Dr. Jeevaratnam (email@example.com) to discuss the project informally prior to making an application.
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