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2018 PhD projects announced

As described here, one of the main ways of getting funding to studying for a DPhil with me is to apply for an NDM Prize Studentship. There is a competition held each year and the successful applicants have all their fees paid and get a generous £18,000 pa tax-free stipend. The deadline is 12 noon GMT Monday 8th January 2018.

This year I have put forward two projects, based roughly on the second and third areas of my research as described here. The titles are

I am flexible and we can discuss tweaking these proposals to fit your interests. If you are interested in applying through a different programme, such as the MPLS Doctoral Training Centre, these proposals are a good starting point as well. Any questions please get in touch.

By Philip Fowler

Philip W Fowler is a computational biophysicist studying antimicrobial resistance working at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

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