The CRUK CoL training programme will include an induction programme, multi-disciplinary training, cross-institutional research placements and cohort-building activities. Trainees will benefit from an exciting academic environment underpinned by world-class technical expertise provided via the Centre’s Infrastructure Cores: advanced cellular engineering, antibody and recombinant protein engineering, tumour microenvironment, cell and vector manufacturing, imaging and image-guided therapy, computing.
Trainees will be based in their primary supervisor’s research group, receiving additional advice and guidance from a secondary supervisor and thesis committee. They will have access to a broad range of scientific and transferable skills training, and will benefit from the Centre’s networking workshops and conferences.
Applications to the 2019 CRUK CoL Centre PhD and Clinical Research Training Fellowship programmes are now closed. Applications for the 2020 intake will open in mid-October.
2019 Key Dates
Application deadline – 12 noon Tuesday 19 March 2019
Referee deadline – Tuesday 26 March 2019
Invitation to interview – Thursday 25 April 2019.
Interviews – Tuesday 7 – Wednesday 8 May 2019
Programme start date – Monday 23 September 2019
For general enquiries regarding the programme please email: email@example.com