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3 Molecular Pharming PhD studentships

(3.5 years duration) available at the

Molecular Immunology Unit,

St. George’s Hospital Medical School,

London, UK.

 

Funding is available to pay a stipend and tuition fees.

 

1: Monoclonal antibodies for early control of Chikungunya disease outbreaks. (Open to UK students only)

This project is a collaboration between St. George’s and Public Health England, Porton Down. The student will spend about 50% of their time at each institution. The supervisory team is Prof. Julian Ma (St. George’s primary supervisor) and Prof. Roger Hewson (PHE).

 

2: Development of novel post exposure treatments for the clinical stages of rabies encephalitis. (Open to UK and EU students only)

This project is a collaboration between St. George’s and the Animal and Plant Health Agency, UK. The student will spend about 2/3rds of their time at APHA. The supervisory team is Prof. Julian Ma (St. George’s primary supervisor), Prof. Tony Fooks (APHA) and Dr. Ashley Banyard (APHA).

 

3. Towards an edible bovine tuberculosis vaccine using plant expressed immunogens and adjuvants. (Open to UK students only)

This project will at St. George’s Hospital Medical School.  The supervisory team is Dr. Pascal Drake (primary supervisor) and Dr. Rajko Reljic.

The studentships will be advertised on www.sgul.ac.uk and www.findaphd.com from 22nd May. Interviews will be held in June, for a project start in October 2017.
Please contact Julian Ma or Pascal Drake for further details. jma[at]sgul.ac.uk and pdrake[at]sgul.ac.uk