About the studentships
STRATiGRAD PhD opportunities are funded in partnership with various industry and charity sources. The programme embodies a “blue-skies” approach to research with an analytical and modelling focus. Projects will be supervised by Professor Zoltan Takats and other Imperial College academics. Each project will have a common training core and where appropriate industrial co-supervisors. The Division of Systems Medicine is exceptionally well-equipped with state-of-the-art analytical dedicated to metabolic analysis for patient journey phenotyping, stratified medicine, molecular epidemiology and real-time diagnostics.
- EU National or have permanent leave to remain in the UK
- Hold, or expect to obtain, a Master's degree in a relevant scientific discipline, particularly chemistry, biochemistry, or computational/mathematical sciences
- A first or upper second class Bachelors degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline
- Fulfil all Imperial College PhD entry requirements
Stage 1: Send a full CV, covering letter and contact details of two referees (one academic) to Dr Fiona Pereira (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Stage 2: Short-listed candidates will be informed by email and invited for interview
STRATiGRAD awards will cover tuition fees at the Home/EU rates, a tax-free stipend of £17,500 per annum and project consumable costs.
|STRATiGRAD PhD Studentship||Targeting metabolism in the tumour microenvironment in ovarian high grade serous carcinoma||04 September 2020|
|STRATiGRAD PhD Studentship||Epigenetic synergy to increase efficacy of cancer treatments||04 September 2020|
|STRATiGRAD PhD Studentship||Utilizing cell biology and metabolomics to phenotypically characterize established in vitro models (both acquired and genetically defined)Osimertinib is a 1st-line treatment for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) devel||04 September 2020|