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Date: Tue Oct 17 06:30:30 2017
Subject: 17.10.17 Francis Crick Institute Four Year PhD Studentships 2018
The Francis Crick Institute (the Crick) is a world class scientific discovery
institute. Our scientists aim to carry out creative and ambitious research
investigating fundamental questions of biology relevant to human health and

The Crick is a consortium of six of the UKs most successful scientific and
academic organisations - the Medical Research Council, Cancer Research UK,
the Wellcome Trust, UCL, Imperial College London and Kings College London.
This breadth of research experience allows our scientists to address major
problems using a wide variety of approaches from disciplines including
biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics and engineering.

The Crick has a multinational outlook, and is proud to be a diverse, open and
international institute, with staff and students from over 70 countries.

Motivated and talented graduates with backgrounds in biological or medical
sciences, physics, chemistry, mathematics and/or computer science are invited
to apply. A number of projects will provide the opportunity to undertake
multi-disciplinary research carried out between the Crick and a partner

Crick students will benefit from well-resourced research labs and
state-of-the-art science technology platforms, excellent scientific and
transferable skills training, and a supportive and stimulating research
environment. They will register at one of the Crick partner universities
(Imperial, Kings, or UCL) and receive a non-taxable annual stipend of 22,000
plus payment of tuition fees.

For information about the Crick PhD Programme, PhD projects, eligibility 
and how to apply, visit: 

Application deadline: 12:00 noon (GMT) on Tuesday 14 November 2017

Interviews: 22- 23 Jan 2018.
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