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Identifying the parasitic or passenger role of Blastocystis, in patients with gastrointestinal diseases

Full UK Research Council stipend award of £15,009 (rate for 2019/20) plus tuition fees at the Home/EU rate. International applicants should make provision to meet the difference between Home/EU and International fees. 
This is a 3-year funded PhD studentship starting on the 16 September 2019.

Funded by the KentHealth
Full UK Research Council stipend award of £15,009 (rate for 2019/20) plus tuition fees at the Home/EU rate.  International applicants should make provision to meet the difference between Home/EU and International fees.

Criteria

We are seeking a highly motivated individual, excited by the prospect of conducting cutting-edge research, with a minimum of 2:1 degree and/or a postgraduate degree in a relevant subject. She/he will have a strong willingness to work at the interface of wet-lab, field work and bioinformatics, and demonstrate enthusiasm to learn new skills. Informal enquiries can be addressed to Dr. Anastasios Tsaousis


EU and overseas fee paying students are invited to apply. International applicants should make provision to meet the difference between Home /EU and International fees. 

Please note that overseas students must have the appropriate documentation to evidence eligibility to work in the UK.


How to apply

Applications for this fund should be indicated on your programme application Microbiology PhD

The project title should be entered as the proposed area of research and Dr Anastasios D. Tsaousis as supervisor. 
Please include a CV and a covering letter. Applications must be received by 22 April 2019 for a start date 16 September 2019 
To apply please go to https://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/how-to-apply/index.html

Deadline

The deadline for 2019/20 applications has now passed.


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