This 4 year PhD studentship is funded directly by the Bart’s Charity and comes with a stipend from £24,274 (year 1) to a maximum of £28,057 (year 4) per annum (according to Bart’s Charity rates). Home/EU tuition fees will be paid. Non UK applicants will have to fund the difference between home and overseas tuition fees themselves.
A graduate with an upper second class honors degree in Microbiology, Material science, Chemical engineering, or an allied subject is required for this project. The studentship will be available immediately and candidates should be available to start by March 2020.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 32.20
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