PhD Collaborative Studentship



Collaborative Partner: GeneFirst

DNA from cancers leaks into blood and can be detected. GeneFirst has a new technology for detection of multiple defined mutations in a single closed-tube with greatly increased sensitivity that is suitable for detecting mutations in circulating cell-free DNA in blood. In this project, GeneFirst and Warwick Medical School will co-develop, optimise and evaluate a set of gene mutation detection assays for lung cancer.

Awards available: 1 award available

Funding Details: Fees and maintenance at the RCUK level

Length of Award: 3 years (PhD)

Eligibility: Due to funding restrictions this studentship is available to Home (UK & EU) students. Please note overseas applicants will not be considered unless they have proof of their ability to pay overseas fees.

Application Details: Applicants should apply directly to PG Admissions, making a note of their reference number: http://go.warwick.ac.uk/pgapply 

Informal enquires should be directed to Professor Ian Cree, [email protected]

Deadline:  24th June 2013

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