Lord Kelvin / Adam Smith PhD Scholarship in Stochastic Process Algebra Modelling, University of Glasgow, UK

The student will extend the SPA approach to model spatial aspects and abstractions over pathway components, and build comprehensive models of oxidative stress, reflecting the subtle relationships between the ways ROS and nitric oxide are produced and consumed.

The starting point will be a small prototype model which has been developed by Calder, Hillston and Dominiczak.

The studentship is for four years.

The studentship is suitable for candidates with a good first degree (or Masters) in Computing Science or Mathematics; a willingness to engage with medicine and biochemistry is also required.

The student will also participate in several related collaborative research projects.

The closing date is 30 June.

Informal enquiries to: muffy@dcs.gla.ac.uk. For more information see; Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith PhD Scholarship, University of Glasgow, UK

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