Funded PhD Opportunities at the University of Leicester

The University of Leicester is providing 4 fully-funded PhD studentships as part of Laboratory for Multiscale Emergent Bioengineering.

The projects will establish the next generation of multiscale computational models linking gene and cell interactions that will help engineer personalised asthma and cancer therapies as well as uncover multiscale regenerative and developmental mechanisms.

Benefit to the candidates

Dott. Himanshu lab offers the candidates a multidisciplinary environment where both computational and experimental approaches are synergistically used to understand disease emergence and engineer strategies to silence or reverse the underlying mechanisms. This will enable the candidates to gain crucial interdisciplinary skills required for careers in academia, industry, or non-profit organisations.

As part of these projects, the candidates will regularly interface with Engineers, Life Scientists, and Clinicians. These opportunities will offer the candidates a sheltered real-world experience to explore their research and professional interests and aspirations.

Furthering the candidates' professional development

The funding will cover the fees, stipend, and travel costs. The team is further dedicated to ensuring the career development of the candidates, including helping them learn new skills via attendance at international conferences and summer schools.

The application process

Further information to apply can be found in the attached files. Please contact the project leader directly if this is of interest. In the email, please specify which project you are applying for and your motivations for applying.

Information regarding the application process can be found here: project 1 (Ref ENG-Kaul), project 2 (Ref: RI-LPMI-Kaul, projects 3 and 4 (Ref GGB-Miles and MCB-Cowley).



Date: 22/02/2022 | Tag: | News: 1285 of 1326
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