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Funded research opportunities

Applications are invited for a range of funded research studentships and awards. Studentships cover tuition fees and an annual stipend. They will be advertised here as and when they become available. Please check back regularly.

 

Available studentships/awards

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The MRC Doctoral Training Partnership (MRC DTP) will award four fully-funded MRC iCASE studentships to support research and training in Biomedical and Translational Science. ndustrial CASE studentships (Collaborative Awards in Science and Engineering) allow postgraduate research students to receive high quality research training in collaboration with a commercial or other non-academic partners. The studentships are part-funded by Research Councils together with the partner and include stipend, tuition fees and other project costs.

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The student will receive training in the acquisition and analysis of neuroimaging data using established protocols, relevant clinical, cannabinoid pharmacology and clinical trial methodology. They will join a group of researchers and PhD students investigating the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids across a range of disorders including other neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.

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We regularly advertise details of available studentships here and on  findaphd.com. Keep an eye on this page to find out what's new. You may also want to take a look at the Centre for Doctoral Studies Funding Database.

Application process for studentships

Applying for a studentship follows a different process than applying for a PhD or MD(Res) course. Therefore please read the advert carefully to ensure you apply to the correct department and with correct funding code.

It is likely that you will have to make an online application but the project approval form may have already been completed by the supervisors. If this is the case, then if successful, all you will need to do is to sign the project approval form, to confirm you are happy with the project. Otherwise, you will work with the supervisors to complete the project form.

A project approval form has to be completed in all cases as the project has to be approved as suitable for a PhD and feasible in the time allowed. 

Should you have any queries about the PhD studentship application process, please contact the Postgraduate Research Administrator by emailing Ioppn.educationsupport@kcl.ac.uk.

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