These project-based studentships are designed to provide outstanding bioscience graduates to undertake research, leading to a PhD, within the context of a mutually beneficial research collaboration between the University of Nottingham or Rothamsted Research and partner organisations.
You’ll spend 3-18 months on placement with your industrial partner during the course of your studies, and you’ll have access to the DTP training programme throughout.
Applications are for individual projects and each project has a different application form and reference form to complete, the deadline for all iCASE Applications is 26th April 2018.
You can explore the options available to you by clicking on the links below.
Cannabidiol regulation of learned fear: role of endocannabinoids
Exploring complex relationships in field-based antimicrobial resistance through the application of machine learning
Identification and Characterisation of the Phage and Host Receptors in C. difficile
Characterisation of major genes (Stb)-mediated resistance to Septoria tritici blotch disease in wheat
Improving control of cattle health by developing novel data fusion and machine learning approaches to Internet of things
Sustainable bioproducts from low cost methane gas
Investigating the role of hepatocyte membrane transporters involved with drug elimination using gene editing
Bacterial back-talk Unfolding and molecular interaction studies in Staphylococcal proteins and engineering structure-informed antibiotics
Correlative cryo- single molecule fluorescence and electron microscopy of bacteria
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