All Seminars are held in the Gavin De Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Thursday 1-2pm (unless otherwise stated)
Nov 26: Dr. Ivo Lieberam, The Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, King's College London
Title: Investigating neuromuscular circuits with stem cell-derived motor neurons
Host: Prof Stephen Price
The Department of Cell and Developmental Biology has a very active MPhil/PhD programme with a range of funding opportunities. We currently have seventy-three research students from all over the world including the UK, Europe, America, Singapore, Thailand and Israel. Students are regularly monitored by a small committee appointed among experts in the field, which stimulates interactions between laboratories, and excellent courses are offered on generic research and other skills (speaking, writing, imaging, etc.).
Four year PhD studentships include rotations in different laboratories during the first year.
PhD programmes in Cell and Developmental Biology are available for three years in a single laboratory (or five years part-time) - see 'Applicants with independent funding' section below. There is currently no Departmental funding available for these, but you may apply for a UCL Scholarship.
register for a PhD you will require one
an overseas applicant you will also require evidence of
in English. For details of this please see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate/apply/english-language
The standard of English expected is the 'good level'.
4 year PhD Studentships in Developmental and Stem Cell Biology are available through the Department
Further information, application procedures and deadlines for September 2016 entry will be added here in December 2015
|BBSRC 4 year Studentships||
For information and contact details on these please follow the link:
London Interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme
|Additional Funding Opportunities||
For PhD research opportunities in all
aspects of mitochondrial biology, bioenergetics and metabolism, please read: Further information
are a number of scholarships awarded through the College -
scholarship website and follow the instructions there:
Applicants with independent funding
are welcome to apply and commence studies throughout the
follow steps 1-3:
Select "Division of Biosciences" for the UCL Department you are applying to and
"Research Degree: Cell and Developmental Biology" for Programme
- Fees and costs - the Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology is in the Division of Biosciences, Faculty of Life Sciences
- Graduate Prospectus entry - includes sections on networking, career destinations of our students and why study this degree
To see highlights of what our current students are doing, please go to the CDB News
any queries on the PhD Programme or problems with this
contact Debbie Bartram, Graduate Research Administrator, e-mail
email@example.com or phone
020 3549 5462 (int. 65462).
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