Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute 4-year PhD Studentships Registered at the University of Cambridge
The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute is a world leading genomics institute, and our programmes are at the forefront of experimental and computational genome research. These research programmes include investigation of human genetic variation in health, cancer and other diseases, experimental genetic analysis of gene function in a variety of model organisms, biological studies of bacterial, viral and parasitic human pathogens, and computational interpretation of genomic data.
Progress in many areas of biology is becoming increasingly dependent on genomics, and our programme specifically aims to equip students with both experimental and informatics skills, maximising their competitiveness for future opportunities. Our graduate training programme is well established and has substantial support from the Wellcome Trust. Furthermore, the research infrastructure resources available at the Sanger Institute are outstanding.
We welcome applications from students who wish to join this exciting phase of our research as we utilise genomics to deliver key insights into human health and disease
At least ten highly competitive fully funded 4-year studentships (tuition fees and stipend) for UK and international students will be available from October 2013 across all our research areas.
The studentships are open to UK and international students. For a full list of faculty research interests please see http://www.sanger.ac.uk/research/faculty/.
Application closing date 4th December 2012
For more information about our graduate programme and details on how to apply, please visit our website http://www.sanger.ac.uk/workstudy/phd/, or follow us on twitter http://twitter.com/sangerinstjobs/.
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Clinical PhD Fellowships We also provide funding for two Clinical Research Training Fellowships each year as part of the University of Cambridge Wellcome Trust PhD Programme for Clinicians.
For more information please see http://www.cimr.cam.ac.uk/study/clinicians/index.html.