PhD Studentship in Molecular Biology of Chromosome Stability - Newcastle University

A 3-year stipend of £12,600 per annum is open to all nationalities.

Your tuition fees are paid at the UK/EU level.

A PhD position is available to investigate the role of cellular factors that apparently allow cells with DNA damage to proliferate and develop multiple chromosome aberrations in budding yeast.

Newcastle University is looking for a motivated, enthusiastic PhD student with a strong interest in genetics and molecular biology.

The studentship will be undertaken in the Crucible Laboratory within the Newcastle Centre for Life.

The Crucible Laboratory is affiliated with the Institute for Ageing and Health (, a large, inter-disciplinary research institute at Newcastle University, with an international reputation for excellence.

How to apply

Please contact the supervisor at with a full CV, career intentions, names and contact details of two academic referees.

Short-listed candidates will be asked to submit a formal application to the Newcastle University.


Applicants should have an excellent undergraduate record and some research experience.

The studentship (stipend and university fees at UK/EU level) is open to all nationals, however non-EU applicants will have to fund the difference between UK/EU and overseas tuition fees themselves, approximately £8000 per annum for a minimum of three years.

Closing date: 22 April

Early applications are encouraged.

Laura Maringele

Crucible Laboratory-Institute for Ageing and Health Newcastle Centre for Life

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