Summer Research Programme
The Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research (Remote) Summer Research Programme provides an excellent opportunity for promising young students to undertake a short research project for six consecutive weeks over the summer period.
Our research placements will run virtually and online from July to August with a stipend of £200 per week. Students are expected to be available for the six weeks.
Students will undertake a remote or dry laboratory based project which will include a short report and poster presentation. We offer projects in the following areas:
- Breast / ovarian cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Blood cancer (leukaemia / lymphoma / myeloma)
- GI cancer
- Stratified Medicine
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Molecular Pathology
This Remote and Online Summer Student Research Programme 2021 will provide:
- Remote interactions with PGJCCR researchers to develop scientific skills.
- Provide virtual laboratory training in various experimental techniques.
- Insight and experience in cancer research through PI presentations, lectures and workshops.
Interested? We are open for applications from undergraduates (Year 2/3). Please download and complete the application form below and send along with your CV and transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 22nd April 2021.