A fully funded PhD studentship in stroke and the elderly, named in honour of Mrs Malati Kanbur, will be available from October 2016, or earlier by mutual agreement. The studentship is based at the Cambridge University Department of Public Health & Primary Care, under the supervision of Jonathan Mant, Professor of Primary Care Research, and is associated with membership of Lucy Cavendish College. The precise topic of the PhD can be fixed after the studentship has been awarded. The successful applicant will be a woman* with a first class degree or equivalent (and ideally a Masters degree) in an appropriate field.
To apply, please send a full CV, covering letter describing your funding eligibility status and outlining the research topic that you wish to pursue, and the contact details of two academic referees to:
Frances Cater The Primary Care Unit Strangeways Research Laboratory Worts Causeway Cambridge CB1 8RN
Closing date: 26 February 2016 Interviews: 10 March 2016
Please quote reference SN07853 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
*The College has exemption from the provisions of the Equality Act 2010 relating to sex discrimination