Applications from students wishing to work flexibly or part-time are particularly encouraged
PhD applicants should have or expect to obtain a very good honours degree in Life Sciences. They should also be able to demonstrate an aptitude for experimental work and be highly committed to pursuing a career in cell and molecular biology related to cancer. The Institute has an excellent reputation and track record in training its graduate students who go on to research positions throughout the world.
We will consider applications from self-funded students at anytime. Please contact your referred supervisor(s) in the first instance. Applicants will be expected to have or expect to obtain a very good honours degree in Life Sciences and must meet the University's English language requirments (http://www.gla.ac.uk/international/englishlanguagerequirements/).
Funded PhD scholarship opportunities
Paul O'Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre PhD Studentship
Friends of Paul O'Gorman funded PhD Studentships
Prospective PhD Project Dr Torsten Stein (Institute of Cancer Sciences)
The role of the extracellular matrix and stromal heparan-sulphate proteoglycans (HSPGs) in the regulation of growth factor-induced mammary branching and breast cancer cell growth: Prospective PhD Project