This prestigious Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council-funded Doctoral Training Partnership and its strategic application brings together world-class molecular and cellular bioscience centres at the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York.
By mapping on to the research themes of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, you’ll benefit from a regional doctoral training programme that has interdisciplinary collaboration at its core. The aim is to enable you to develop a range of research skills in biological and biochemical areas as well as equip you with core mathematical, data analysis and generic professional skills that are necessary for bioscience research in the coming decades.
- Biological Physical Sciences Institute
- Centre for Novel Agricultural Products
- Jack Birch Unit for Molecular Carcinogenesis
- York Cross-disciplinary Centre for Systems Analysis
- York Structural Biology Laboratory
- York Environmental Sustainability Institute
- York Biomedical Research Institute
Supervisors can only nominate one student for consideration per project. Shortlisting will take place as soon as possible after the closing date and successful applicants are normally notified promptly.
If you’re shortlisted you’ll be invited for an interview in February 2022. As part of the interview process, you’ll be asked to make a ten minute presentation on a research project you’ve undertaken.
You’ll be notified as soon as possible after the interview dates whether your application has been successful, placed on a reserve list or unsuccessful. If you are successful, you’ll be required to confirm your intention to accept the studentship within 10 days.