Cambridge Cancer Centre PhD Studentship 2014 x 7
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Closing date: 10 November 2013
Cambridge Cancer Centre PhD Studentships
The Cambridge Cancer Centre is an umbrella organisation incorporating clinical and basic science departments of the University of Cambridge and affiliated research institutes (e.g. Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, MRC Cancer Unit, Gurdon Institute).Â The Centre encourages interdisciplinary and collaborative research across all disciplines, and covers an exciting and remarkably broad range of approaches to cancer research.
Applications are invited for PhD studentships in cancer studies throughout the Cambridge Cancer Centre.Â No nationality restrictions apply to these studentships.Â The studentships are funded by Cancer Research UK and the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, and include fees (University and College) and a stipend (Â£19,000 per annum), together with an allowance for research costs.
The Centre is offering the following seven projects; four of these will be funded and awarded to the best candidates.Â You can apply for a maximum of two projects.
Please refer to the Further Information document (below) for the project detail.
The detailed project descriptions can be found on the Cambridge Cancer Centre website (www.cambridgecancercentre.org.uk).Â Applicants should submit their application as one pdf file (cover letter followed by CV with the names and e-mail addresses of two academic referees) in the format: surname_firstname.pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 November 2013.Â
Successful applicants will be invited for interview in the week of 13 January 2014.
Please quote reference SW02016 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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