The Medical Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership (MRC DTP) in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research is an international cross-institutional endeavour creating future scientific leaders trained in quantitative and interdisciplinary skills.
The programme focuses on addressing important biomedical questions in the key areas of Quantitative Cellular Dynamics and Molecular Microbiology.
Students also have the fantastic opportunity to spend between 3 and 12 months outside the UK at A*STAR Research Institutes in Singapore (see above) or the MRC Gambia as part of a collaborative PhD project.
The first year of this four-year programme involves a series of taught modules and two laboratory-based research projects that lead to an MSc in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research.
Students then undertake a three-year PhD project supervised by internationally leading experts from Warwick Medical School, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics or Systems Biology.
As an MRC DTP student you will work alongside students in the EPSRC-funded Molecular and Analytical Sciences Centre for Doctoral Training (MAS CDT).
The first year therefore provides a unique training environment in which students with a biology background can acquire core skills in analytical science, computational biology and mathematics.
These cohorts of students are based together in a purpose designed physical space providing a real-world multidisciplinary experience.
We are no longer accepting applications for October 2017.
More information about the October 2018 application process will be available here from November 2017.
But please do feel free to get in touch if you would like to discuss MSc and/or PhD courses with the course directiors.
Remember it is also possible to take our MSc Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research as a stand alone course.
A unique multidisciplinary training environment, providing core skills in biology, computation and physical sciences.