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Research here puts you in friendly and challenging group with an emphasis on communication and self-responsibility without leaving you on your own.
-- Neele Dellschaft, PhD student, Academic Child Health
The School's translational research and teaching covers a spectrum of medical and surgical disciplines and ranges from laboratory work to clinical and epidemiological studies and translational medicine.
Students will have the option to attend a Generic Skills Training course run by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, or the Nottingham Translational Research (NTrans) Training Programme.
The diversity of the School's interests, together with the collaborative nature of our research, ensures a large critical mass, extensive specialist research facilities, excellent technical expertise provided by skilled laboratory technicians, as well as up-to-date information technology.
Becoming a PhD student at The School of Clinical Sciences means joining a thriving research community in which you will gain subject specific as well as generic skills training to assist you with your studies and to further your career development.
Due to the wide research interests of the School, we can offer postgraduate research opportunities (PhD, DM, Mphil, MRes) to students who have graduated in a variety of undergraduate subjects, such as microbiology, statistics, science and geography, as well as medical degrees.
School Administration Manager
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Nottingham, NG7 2UH
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