UCL Division of Infection & Immunity
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ATTRACT (Advanced Teaching and TRaining for Adoptive Cell Therapy)
11 PhD Studentships (or Early Stage Researcher posts) are available in 6 different countries as part of this exciting EU Framework 7-funded project.
This project integrates the expertise of 16 organisations from 6 different member states (UK,
France, Italy, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands) and 1 Associated State (Israel).
The partners have extensive, detailed and complementary knowledge for the further development of adoptive cell therapy, a skill set that includes European experts in T cell engineering, leading authorities in basic and tumour immunology and organizations well versed in clinical trials including the presence of 4 industry representatives who have the proven track record in the biomanufacture of clinical products.
Within the scope of the network, 13 fellows (10 Early Stage Researchers and 2 Experienced Researchers) will be recruited by their principle host to work on the defined research topic which will contribute to the attainment of their PhD degree or early post doctoral training.
The structured training programme which is 36 months (ESR) or 24 months (ER) in duration offers various joint activities which are mandatory for all fellows. More..
(Early Stage Researcher Post: applicants need to be within 4 years of an Undergraduate Degree Award.)
For more details contact: Dr Nicola Price on NPrice@picr.man.ac.uk.
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