About the Project
This project will apply novel imaging tools available within their laboratory to study the role of the tumour microenvironment in early disease development. Particular emphasis will be placed on stromal infiltration and angiogenesis. Imaging data will be validated using ex vivo gold standard methods.
The successful candidate will be based at the CRUK CI but will work closely with laboratory members based in Physics and other Departments in Cambridge. As a result, applicants should have excellent communication and team working skills, as well as an enthusiasm for interdisciplinary research and collaborations.
For up to date information about the research group, including their most recent publications, please see their website at:
Applicants with previous experience of in vivo imaging or biomedical optics, for example during a Masters or Diploma degree, are particularly encouraged.
To apply, please send your academic CV and a covering letter as attachments to [Email Address Removed]
Your CV should include a list of the examinations taken at undergraduate level and if possible, your examination results. Also the names and contact details of two academic referees who have agreed to act on your behalf.
Your covering letter should explain why you wish to be considered for the studentship and which qualities and experience you will bring to the role. Please also state how you learned of the studentship.
No nationality restrictions apply to Cancer Research UK funded studentships. Applications are invited from recent graduates or final year undergraduates who hold or expect to gain a first/upper second class degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject from any recognised university worldwide.
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