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Recruiter
Royal Holloway University of London
Posted
27 March 2012
Location
London
Discipline
Biology, Earth, Environment & Energy, Maths & IT, Physics
Level
PhD/Studentships

Further information

School of Biological Sciences Ranked in the top 10 Bioscience
Departments (2008 RAEUK)

Applications are invited for Home/EU  PhD Studentships

BBSRC DTP funding is available for the  following projects:-

• Modelling the evolution of virulence in a bacterial pest control agent
(Professor V Jansen)
• The evolutionary ecology of plant / root bacteria symbioses: testing theory
to advance applications in solanaceous crops (Dr B Raymond)
• Modifying growth conditions of Basil to improve chilling resistance – an
integrated molecular and physiological approach (Dr A Stead)
• Elucidation of host processes required for the growth of biotrophic fungi
to uncouple stress-induced growth in wheat. (Dr Alessandra Devoto)
• Is there a different mode of action of effectors common to the wheat and
barley powdery mildews? (Dr L Bindschedler)
• Tomato fruit development and ripening; the characterisation of systems
biology outputs (Dr P Fraser)

Internal studentship funding is available for:-

• Antibiotic resistance in biofilms (Dr J McEvoy)
• Development of episomally-replicating mini chromosome lentivirus vectors
for gene therapy in mammalian cells and tissues (Professor G Dickson)

For further details visit our website by clciking the "Apply Now" button.

The application form:
www.rhul.ac.uk/biologicalsciences/documents/doc/sbsstudentshipapplication

2012.doc should be submitted with a CV and followed by 2 references to  tracey.jeffries@rhul.ac.uk by 11th April 2012. 

The College is committed to equality and diversity, and encourages
applications from all sections of the community.

Royal Holloway University of London


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