Funding for this project is available through the WIMM Prize Studentship, which offers funding to outstanding candidates from any country. Successful candidates will have all tuition and college fees paid and will receive a stipend of £18,000 per annum.
Applications must be received, including all relevant supporting materials, by Friday 11th January 2019 at 12 noon (midday).
Please visit our website for more information on how to apply.
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 238.51
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