- PhD studentship - Supervised by Dr John Clarkson
Application deadline: 1 September 2017
Recruitment for 2017 / 18 has now closed
Further information can be found on the Warwick SynBio CDT webpage
CENTA stands for Central England NERC Training Alliance, a consortium of Universities and research institutes that are working together to provide excellence in doctoral research training within the remit of the Natural Environment Research Council. As a CENTA student, you will belong to a consortium well resourced to provide you with extensive training to give you confidence in all aspects of your research.
Recruitment has now closed for 2017 / 18 entry.
Further information can be found on our NERC CENTA PhD Studentships website.
The Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP) is a BBSRC-funded doctoral training partnership between the University of Warwick, the University of Birmingham and the University of Leicester. The MIBTP has an ambitious vision to deliver innovative, world class research across the Life Sciences to boost the growing Bioeconomy in the Midlands and across the UK.
PhD Studentship projects will be focused in vital research areas such as food security, bio-energy and quantitative biology. Students from a wide diversity of academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Projects are available for those with creative drive in both theoretical (IT and mathematical) and experimental (biology, biomedicine, chemistry, biotechnology) research.
Further information can be found on the MIBTP website.
Recruitment for 2017 / 18 has now closed.
Food security is at the heart of a new doctoral training collaboration between the University and Waitrose. We’ll be providing PhD students with academic development and industry training in agriculture and sustainable crop production.
We are offering ten 4-year PhD studentships to talented and highly motivated undergraduate students interested in Microscopy and Image analysis.
Supervised by internationally leading experts from Warwick Medical School and the School of Life Sciences, this four year PhD programme brings together cutting-edge imaging technology with innovative data analysis to address a range of biomedical research questions in Cellular Dynamics, Neurobiology and Infection. The aim of this programme is to provide tomorrow's research leaders with the quantitative imaging skills that will lead them to a better understanding of human disease and to the design of new diagnostics and therapies. Students from a wide diversity of academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Further information can be found on the MRC DTP website.