PhD in Cancer and Genetics: New Drug Therapies

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Amar Annamalai
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PhD in Cancer and Genetics: New Drug Therapies

The student will be taught new skills in analytical technologies. The student will be closely supervised and tutored by A.Tee to develop their scientific career on a daily basis in the lab. Over the last 4 years, Dr. Andrew Tee has successfully fostered 3 junior researchers in his laboratory to acquire their own personal fellowships.
 
The student will gain exposure to translational and patient centred aspects of the work through active participation in internally organised patient research days and by attendance and presentation at patient group annual general meetings. The student will be expected to attend and to present at local, national and international scientific meetings.
 
The research team is based in the Cancer Genetics Building with access to all equipment and infrastructure required for the project and to researchers with wide basic and clinical research in both directly related and broader cancer and genetic research areas.
 
Please Note: the deadline for this studentship is 1/8/15. Cardiff University reserves the right to close applications early should sufficient applications be received.
 
Full details can be found on our website: http://courses.cardiff.ac.uk/funding/R2458.html