PhD Studentships

Interdisciplinary PhD studentships at the ISMB

PhD studentships are awarded on a competitive basis with applications being considered by a shortlisting and interview panel that is specific to each programme. Potential applicants may apply for all of the studentship opportunities below but must follow the instructions for applicants described on each of the programme webpages.


  

Wellcome Trust 4-year Interdisciplinary PhD Programme - further funded PhD Studentships starting autumn 2018

In this exceptional programme students are exposed to a wide range of training in all aspects of structural, molecular and cellular biology, chemical biology and the computational tools necessary to address essential problems at the forefront of biomedicine. This programme provides the opportunity to study at UCL, Birkbeck and the Francis Crick Institute.

Applications for September 2018 closed on Sunday 8 April 2018.


 

UCL-Birkbeck MRC Doctoral Training Programme CASE Studentships

Applications are now open for 4 individual CASE studentships. Studentships include UK/EU tuition fees and a maintenance stipend at the standard RCUK rate (EU students must check eligibility criteria on the website to see if they are eligible for a full or a fees-only award).

Applications for September 2018 closed on Friday 2 March 2018.


 

BBSRC funded London Interdisciplinary Doctoral (LIDo) programme in biosciences

BBSRC PhD studentships offer the opportunity to study within the ISMB at Birkbeck and UCL as part of the LIDo PhD programme. This interdisciplinary PhD programme provides the mathematical and computational skills necessary to understand and model biological processes and function, while maintaining the training in world-class bioscience that underpins all living systems. Students complete research training and rotation projects in year 1 before choosing and beginning their PhD project.

Applications for September 2018 closed on Friday 19 January.


 

UCL-Birkbeck MRC Doctoral Training Programme

This programme provides state-of-the-art PhD training across four strategic themes that exploit the unique research strengths and training infrastructure of UCL and Birkbeck. The programme has a four year pathway and a three year pathway, which includes industrial CASE students.

Applications for September 2018 closed on Friday 12 January.


 

Wellcome Trust 4-year Interdisciplinary PhD Programme

This outstanding PhD programme in Structural, Computational and Chemical Biology is funded by the Wellcome Trust and provides the opportunity to study at UCL, Birkbeck and Francis Crick Institute.

Applications for September 2018 closed on Friday 5 January.