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Wellcome Trust Four Year PhD Programme

Molecular and Cell Biology Systems: The Dynamics of Cellular Regulatory Networks

Do you want to choose your PhD project from an extensive breadth of molecular, cellular and developmental biology projects?

Then this Programme could be for you... We offer cutting edge-projects supported by state-of-the-art facilities in the following themes:

  • Cellular Dynamics and Proteostasis
  • Dynamic Signalling Systems
  • Global Gene Regulatory Networks
  • Cellular Mechanisms of Disease

We offer an excellent intellectual and scientific environment, a choice of 36 well-funded research laboratories, and a generous stipend (starting at approximately £20k/€23k per year).

The first year of the Wellcome Trust PhD Programme involves three laboratory-based projects. The projects are supported by a taught module focusing on current research. Based on the experience you gain during your first year, you will choose the topic and supervisor for your PhD research which will last for a further 3 years. Projects available incorporate a whole range of skills ranging from molecular biology and proteomic approaches, cell biology techniques and dynamic imaging through to genomics, transcriptomics and computational analysis.

Wellcome Trust Four Year PhD Programme

For full details of supervisors and their areas of research, and instructions on how to apply see:


Applications should be submitted by Friday 2 December 2016, 5pm

Interviews will be held in Manchester on Friday 13 January 2017

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