This PhD is funded by Cancer Research UK and includes bench fees, tuition fees and a living stipend ~£19,000 pa.
The position is open to UK and EU nationals.
Relevant references from the lab: Daza-Martin et al (2019) Isomerization of BRCA1-BARD1 promotes replication fork protection. Nature, 571, 521-527. (2019) Garvin et al (2019). The deSUMOylase SENP2 coordinates homologous recombination and nonhomologous end joining by independent mechanisms. Genes Dev, 33, 333-347.