Medical Research Foundation National PhD Training Programme in Antimicrobial Resistance Research
The Medical Research Foundation has invested £4m to create the only national PhD training programme that will train new researchers to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR), one of the greatest emerging threats to human health. The first cohort of 18 students have taken up their interdisciplinary PhD studentships within UKRI-funded AMR research consortia in 13 universities and institutions across the UK. We are now recruiting our second cohort to commence in autumn 2019 or in January 2020.
The second PhD cohort will undertake multidisciplinary projects at Bristol, Dundee, Exeter, Exeter Penryn Campus, Imperial College, Leeds, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford and Warwick.
Applications are open for studentships at the LSHTM (commencing Jan 2020) and at Imperial College. Please see the Application Process for Funded PhD Studentships for project details
To join the wider cohort of national PhD training students studying AMR, please read further about the application process.
For all enquiries related to the National PhD Training Programme in AMR Research, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.