Bench to Bedside Studentships
Please note that this scheme has closed for 2014 entrants. (17.2.14)
The four year PhD programme MRC-funded "From Bench to Bedside" studentship programme has been developed to combine research training in cutting edge biomedical science with an opportunity to experience the clinical context of the research.
Students wishing to apply should have a first degree in a Biomedical Science subject (at 2.1 or above, or significant relevant experience) and be a UK/EU citizen who has resided in the UK for the past 3 years. For full residency eligibility see the MRC Student Eligibility web pages.
Successful candidates will receive UK tuition fees and a stipend (currently £18,740 [tax-free]) per annum for 4 years.
Research projects are available in the following research groups. Please click on researchers names below to view more information on their research group:
|Dr Ari Fassati||Dr Ravindra Gupta||Dr Richard Jenner||Dr Richard Goldstein||Dr Mahdad Noursadeghi|
|Dr Helen Rowe||Dr Lucy Walker||Dr Matthew Reeves/Prof Paul Griffiths||Dr Yasu Takeuchi/Prof Mary Collins||Prof Greg Towers|
Dr Clare Jolly
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this programme, please send by post Three copies of your CV (including full contact details of two academic referees) + 3 copies of Personal statement (1 page maximum) to the following postal address:
Isabel Lubeiro, UCL Division of Infection & Immunity, Cruciform Building, 90 Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.
You must also send your application by email to Isabel Lubeiro (email@example.com).
Your CV should include the following information in this order: Currently taking subjects/grades so far, Qualifications obtained so far, GSCE, A level subjects & grades, work/lab experience, conference attendance and professional bodies.
CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, 20 DECEMBER 2013. Interviews will be held on 4 & 7 February 2014.
Please note - Non UK/EU Prospective students from any nationality who have secured their own funding (to cover tuition fees, living expenses, and at least £5k pa in consumables costs) and would like to apply for the above programme, please contact Karen Rumsey, Divisional Research Administrator, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss direct application further.
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