Understanding GPCR signalling in mechanosensing and intestinal barrier function
We are pleased to announce the opportunity to apply for the above project as part of the South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SWBio DTP) funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).
The SWBio DTP offers projects in world-class bioscience, the following studentship encompasses the area of Bioscience for an integrated understanding of health.
The closing date for applications is Monday 6 December 2021 at midnight (BST).
About the studentship
This project, in collaboration with the University of Bristol and UWE Bristol, is subject to a joint degree award. Successful applicants will be registered at both these institutions, and will spend time at the University of Bristol and UWE Bristol. Graduates will be awarded a joint degree from these two institutions upon successful completion of the PhD programme.
- Professor Anne Ridley (University of Bristol)
- Dr Alexander Greenhough (UWE Bristol)
- Dr Tim Craig (UWE Bristol)
- Professor Jon Lane (University of Bristol)
- Dr Kate Heesom (University of Bristol)
- University of Bristol
- UWE Bristol
How to apply
Please submit applications for this project through the University of Bristol's SWBio DTP page.
View further information about the South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership.
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