The Division of Medical and Molecular Genetics provides a cohesive approach to graduate training that is supplemented by the core programme of transferable skills offered by the Graduate School of the College.
We currently have approximately 60 postgraduate students (both clinical and non clinical) registered for PhD projects with principal investigators within the Division. Our research projects cover a wide variety of topics and methodologies including molecular genetics, statistical genetics, functional analyses and bioinformatics. Students within the Division are well supported and have access to state of the art genomics facilities. A highlight of Divisional activity is the semester based Graduate Programme run by the students.
Available studentships are advertised in Nature as part of King's College London programmes or individually on findaPhD.com. Students wishing to explore the possibility of externally funded or self-funded PhD studentships should contact the principal investigator with whom they wish to study directly.