PhD Studentship in Apelin analogues in neurodegenerative disease

College of Life and Natural Sciences PhD Studentship – Biomedical Science

PhD Studentship in Biomedical Science

Qualification type:

PhD

Location:

Derby, UK

Funding amount:

£15,009 stipend pa + UK home tuition fees

Hours:

Full Time

Closes:

8 December

Interview:

w/c 16 December

Start date:

January intake

The College of Life and Natural Sciences has an opportunity for a Full-Time Post Graduate Teaching Assistantship in Biomedical Science.

The successful applicant will receive a stipend of £15,009 per annum and a personal development budget of £1,000 per annum for 4 years. The post also covers Home/EU PhD tuition fees for three years. Please note, if your application is successful and you are assessed as Overseas for fees purposes, you will need to pay the difference between the Home/EU fees and the Overseas fees.

The intended start date is January, or the next available intake.

The successful applicant will be expected to complete his or her PhD within 4 years on the Traditional Route PhD, contribute to the College REF submission and get involved in the wider research activities of the College.

Applicants will become part of a friendly and welcoming team and will be supported and managed by their supervisors.

The vacancy details are as follows:

To Apply

For general information on how to apply and required documentation go to www.derby.ac.uk/research/degrees/apply.

Completed applications should be submitting via our Online Application system at https://www.derby.ac.uk/services/admissions/apply-online-research quoting funding reference LNS_Biomed_PGTA_1119

For other enquires which are subject–specific please contact: Vadivel Parthsarathy

When sending your application, please include the reference code for the post in the email subject heading.

Closing dates for applications:  8 December 2019

Interviews: w/c 16 December 2019

If you have not been invited for interview by the interview date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.