Opportunities for PhD students and postdoc researchers We're committed to supporting the next generation of cancer researchers, and our community includes around 550 PhD students and 750 postdoctoral researchers.
Studentship funding is typically for a period of up to four years, and comes from the ICR and funding bodies such as Cancer Research UK, industrial partners, and other charities. Our PhD students are an integral part of the research team.
The Cancer Research UK PhD programme is integrated into the research activities of the Centre with over 30 principal investigators contributing to this cross-disciplinary programme spanning from fundamental science to translational research.. Up to 3 studentships are available to start in September 2020 for outstanding applicants with a.
PhD in Medical Science. The PhD in Medical Science course at the CRUK CI allows students to become fully embedded within their Principal Supervisor’s research team, giving them close interactions with graduate and postdoctoral colleagues. Each student will focus on a specific project aligned with the research group, enabling them to contribute to the overall objectives of both the lab and.
Funded PhD programmes CRUK Manchester Institute 4-year PhD studentships The Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute (CRUK MI) is a leading cancer research institute within The University of Manchester. It is core funded by Cancer Research UK, the largest independent cancer research organisation in the world.
CRUK UCL Centre Studentships The CRUK UCL Centre supports the next generation of cancer researchers through their academic and clinical careers by providing clinical and non-clinical PhD studentships. Education is a vital part of the vision of the CRUK UCL Centre.
PhD studentships We can only accept applications from the proposed supervisor. Students who are interested in becoming a Breast Cancer Now PhD student should contact the supervisors directly.
Develop a career in world-leading cancer research with clinical and non-clinical PhD opportunities funded by the CRUK Manchester Centre. CRUK Manchester Institute PhD studentships The Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute have PhD projects on offer spanning the whole spectrum of cancer research.
To ensure the continued success of the Centre and develop the next generation of independent scientists, an opportunity has arisen for a 3-year PhD studentship, funded jointly by the College of Life Sciences and Hope Against Cancer that will complement a dynamic and interdisciplinary team of researchers working at the cutting edge of translational science.
We invite applications for a four-year Cancer Research UK-funded PhD studentship, starting from September 2020. Project description This studentship is offered as part of a five-year programme in Inequalities in Cancer Outcomes, also funded by Cancer Research UK (CRUK). The ultimate aim of this programme, which starts in June 2020, is to improve patient outcomes by influencing policy to reduce.
PhD Studentships - Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine. PGJCCR offers PhD studentships for the Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine in a range of research areas including:. advanced radiotherapy, brain tumours, breast and ovarian, gastrointestinal, genito-urinary, haematological malignancies, genomics and cancer bioinformatics.
The Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute is one of four core funded Cancer Research UK Institutes, and one of the largest departments of the University of Cambridge.Our goal is to combine world leading basic cancer biology with key technologies to bear on practical questions of cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.Current Vacancies.
Paid leave costs for non-clinical PhDs and MB PhD students where: the Grant funds a doctoral studentship; the student is not an employee of the Host Institution and not otherwise entitled to paid parental leave or paid long-term sick leave under the Host Institution’s policies, and the student takes sick leave or parental leave in the course of completing a CRUK-funded doctorate and while in.
Studentships PhD Studentships in the Cell Biology of Cancer As a world-leading cancer research centre, the Beatson Institute supports cutting edge work into the molecular mechanisms of cancer development.
Study PhD or Masters by Research in Cancer (Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre) at the University of Edinburgh. Our postgraduate degree programme takes a comprehensive approach to cancer research, combining both laboratory-based research and clinical approaches. Find out more here.
Cancer Research UK PhD studentships Each year we recruit students to join us on our 4 year PhD programme. Cancer Research UK studentships within the Institute are all 4 years in duration and open to UK, EU and International students.
Cancer Research UK KHP Centre Studentships. To start September 2020. Award 2 x4 year PhD studentships. Research Division Various. See project catalogue. Supervisors Various. See project catalogue. Sponsor Cancer Research UK King's Health Partners' Centre. Project summary See project catalogue. Please select three projects in order of preference.
September 2020 RadNet PhD Studentships Applications for CRUK City of London Centre RadNet four-year PhD studentships, starting September 2020 are invited from outstanding applicants with a scientific background and an interest in radiation biology, cancer and radiotherapy. CoL RadNet students will follow the CRUK CoL Centre PhD training programme. In addition to.
NWCR and Tenovus Cancer Care (Tenovus) seek to fund a health services PhD research award which will aim to impact cancer policy or practice through the targeted area of psycho-social oncology. Research proposals should address the interactions between the physical, psychological, social and behavioural aspects of the cancer experience for the cancer patient and care-givers.