PhD Studentship in Animal Science, University of Bristol - UK

Applications are invited from graduates in the biological, agricultural or food sciences for a Postgraduate Studentship to study a PhD in the Division of Farm Animal Science, School of Clinical Veterinary Science, University of Bristol.

The three-year studentship is funded by the Meat and Livestock Commission.

The project will examine factors controlling the tenderness and flavour of pigmeat, which are part of a programme funded by BPEX (the British Pig Executive) at Bristol.

Tax-free stipend: £12,000 per annum.

For informal enquiries regarding this post please contact Professor JD Wood, E-mail: jeff.wood@bristol.ac.uk

Application forms and further details (quoting SCH/07/10) are available from:

Alison Foxwell,
Head of Department’s Office, School of Clinical Veterinary Science,
Langford House, Langford, Bristol BS40 5DU,
or by telephone: 0117 928 9401,
or e-mail: cvs-hod-office@bristol.ac.uk

Closing date: Wednesday 18 July

For more information see; PhD Studentship in Animal Science, University of Bristol, UK

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