18 New Drug Discovery PhD Studentships
As part of an on-going contribution to Scottish life sciences, MSD, a global healthcare leader, has given a substantial monetary funding to the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) for distribution via SULSA to develop and deliver a high quality drug discovery research and training programme.
The fund, which is backed by additional investment from the SFC and the six SULSA Universities, is launching with a programme for 18 four-year PhD studentships, starting in October 2012.
The PhDs will all be in the field of Drug Discovery, and will benefit from a high-quality training programme, travel and consumables budgets, as well as being integrated into the SULSA network of excellence. All aspects of the programme have been geared towards attaining the highest value in terms of scientific discovery, training and impact.
To learn more about the projects click here.
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