Doctoral Training Programme (PhD) in Precision Cancer Medicine
PhD Studentships - Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine
PGJCCR offers PhD studentships for the Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine in a range of research areas including:
advanced radiotherapy, brain tumours, breast and ovarian, gastrointestinal, genito-urinary, haematological malignancies, genomics and cancer bioinformatics.
How to Apply:
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PGJCCR-NCI Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine
Students applying for the following taught Masters courses have an opportunity to be considered for the PGJCCR-NCI Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine (successful students will be chosen as part of a competitive process):
- MSc (Res) Cancer Medicine
- MSc (Res) Onocolgy Drug Discovery
- MSc Pathology of Cancer
- MSc Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics
For any PGJCCR Postgraduate queries please contact Miss Kiera McGill: email@example.com
Further sources of information for current/prospective students:
Applications are sought for the prestigious Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research - Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (PGJCCR-PMCC) Clinical Fellowship Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine, supported by the Health and Social Care Research and Development Office (HSC R&D) Northern Ireland.
The Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research (PGJCCR) offers a postgraduate research programme leading to a MPhil/MD or PhD in a State of the Art Research Centre that has an international reputation in precision cancer medicine.
PGJCCR offers a doctoral training programme in precision cancer medicine, leading to the award of PhD, MD or MPhil degree. The Centre has an international reputation in precision cancer medicine, underpinned by active research programmes in areas including:
|gastrointestinal cancers||prostate and genito-urinary cancers||ovarian and breast cancers|
|radiation biology||molecular pathology and epidemiology||genomics and bioinformatics|
Students undertake a research project under the direction of experienced researchers, and are provided with a comprehensive induction training course covering all aspects of laboratory work, data analysis and management. Students have the opportunity to take modules in Cancer Biology and Translational Cancer Medicine, providing them with significant knowledge in these areas. In addition, students benefit from attending a number of seminars and masterclasses from invited speakers (local, national and international) who are leaders in their field.
Journal clubs form part of the training programme and students have significant opportunities to develop their presentation skills through a series of research and educational fora which prepare them for presentation of their research at international conferences.
Business and entrepreneurial skills sessions are also an important aspect of the programme; there are strong linkages between PGJCCR and the biotech/pharmaceutical sector, including the presence of a number of biotec, diagnostic and pharma companies in the building.
How to Apply:
Further information regarding current PhD studentship opportunities and how to apply can be found here.
Enquiries to Professor Chris Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For any general PGJCCR postgraduate queries please contact Miss Kiera McGill (email@example.com)