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.
Further details may be obtained by contacting Dr Martin R. Goodier (m.goodier[ at ]imperial.ac.uk)
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