The research will be based at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Campus, which is located in Chelsea, London.
The successful applicant will use a range of cellular immunological and molecular biology techniques to study innate Natural Killer cell immunity in blood and mucosal tissues.
Applicants should possess at least an upper second-class honours life science degree and/or an MSc. Prior laboratory experience in immunology and molecular biology is highly desirable but not essential.
The studentship is available immediately. The stipend is £16,000 per annum.
Funding to cover travel to international conferences and to training sessions in HIV research within Europe is also provided.
Prospective postgraduates should send an up-to-date CV, including the names and addresses of two academic referees, to:
Dr Martin R. Goodier,
Department of Immunology,
Imperial College London,
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital,
369 Fulham Road,
London SW10 9NH.
Closing date: 30 November
For more information see; PhD Studentship in Immunology Imperial College London - UK