NW England MRC fellowship scheme in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
The North West England MRC Fellowship Scheme is funded by the Medical Research Council and run jointly by the Universities of Liverpool and Manchester. The purpose is to expand clinical pharmacology numbers and expertise in the UK by providing fellowships to eligible clinical professionals.
Wellcome Trust Clinical 4yr PhD Programme in Global Health
One of five centres in the UK offering the Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD Programme, a flagship scheme supporting the most promising medically qualified clinicians wanting to undertake rigorous research training. The programme aims to address the serious health problems faced by developing countries, offering a broad scope of issues ranging from biomedical through to health policy sciences.
MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership
Utilising the combined expertise of four world-leading institutions, the Discovery Medicine North (DiMeN) partnership trains the next generation of researchers to tackle the major health problems facing the population.
MRC/Arthritis Research UK Centre for Integrated Research into Musculoskeletal Ageing (CIMA)
The MRC-Arthritis Research UK Centre for Integrated research into Musculoskeletal Ageing is a collaboration between the Universities of Liverpool, Sheffield and Newcastle.
Newcastle-Liverpool-Durham BBSRC DTP
The partnership provides an opportunity for the next generation of young researchers to address outstanding scientific questions in the biosciences.
Wellcome Trust 4yr PhD Programme in Cellular and Molecular Physiology
The Physiological Laboratory in Liverpool is widely recognised as an international centre of excellence for research in cellular and molecular physiology. The Liverpool 4-year PhD Programme was the first to be funded by the Wellcome Trust and has been running since 1994. Five places are available on this PhD programme each with a generous four-year Wellcome Trust-funded studentship.
NERC Doctoral Training Partnership: Adapting to the Challenges of a Changing Environment (NERC ACCE DTP)
The academic partners are University of Liverpool, University of Sheffield, University of York, the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the Natural History Museum. ACCE provides doctoral training in the biological components of the natural environment and related disciplines. ACCE has a clear emphasis on the biological component of environmental research. This biological core, combined with the international standing of the partners in the biological and related fields, makes ACCE an ideal choice if you wish to undertake a PhD in biological research and related disciplines.
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