A graduate with at least an upper second class honours degree or a distinction in an experimental MSc degree is required for this PhD project. The candidate should have strong interests and preferably with some experience in cell and molecular biology, pharmacology, biochemistry or biomedical science.
We will consider applications from prospective students with funding to cover fees for three years full-time or 6 years part-time. Both self-funded and sponsored students will be considered.
UK and EU students might be eligible for the cost of tuition fees and a stipend from Student Finance England: View Website
FTE Category A staff submitted: 32.20
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