Beasiswa S3 Inggris: 13 PhD Studentships at Bloomsbury Colleges, UK


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The Bloomsbury Colleges PhD Studentships

The Bloomsbury Colleges is a consortium of six University of London colleges comprising Birkbeck (Bbk), The Institute of Education (IoE), The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), The Royal Veterinary College (RVC), The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and The School of Pharmacy (SoP).

The Consortium offers twelve PhD Studentships annually, each of three year's duration, to start in October of the given year. The Studentships cover course fees (at the usual level for UK and E.U. studentships) and a student stipend. They encompass a wide range of topics spanning the biomedical and social sciences, reflecting the diversity of disciplines represented in the consortium. The Studentships will be supervised by two of the partner colleges.

Applications will go to the relevant Studentship's Lead College.

Click on a Studentship from the list below for further details and application links:

Studentships 2010

•Crystallisation of the Multifunctional Receptor Clustering Protein Gephyrin (SoP)

•Cost Effective Delivery Strategies for the Treatment of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (SoP)

•Kinesin Molecular Motors as Targets for Malaria Treatment (Bbk)

•Exploring Cognitive and Genetic Explanations for the Overlap Between Autism and Other Mental Health Problems in Adolescence (Bbk)

•*Mobile Learning for Development: Participatory Design of an Open Mobile Knowledge Exchange Network for the Detection, Identification and Monitoring of Infectious Disease (IoE)*

•The Development of Problem-Solving Abilities in Typical and Atypical Development (IoE)

•Development of Word Naming and Knowing in Children Aged 3-7: A Behavioural and Computational Study (IoE)

•*China's Emerging Role in Global Health Governance: Navigating between Access to Medicines and Economic Development (LSHTM)*

•*Social and Educational Determinants of Sexual Partner Choice and HIV Risk Among Young Women in South Africa (LSHTM)*

•*Land and Law in War to Peace Transitions in Africa (SOAS)*

•*Good Health at Low Cost - Understanding the Contribution of Political, Economic and Structural Factors Promoting Good Health (SOAS)*

•Generation of Zebrafish Models of Neurodegeneration (RVC)

•Validation of the Mitochondrial Translocator Protein (MTSPO) in Comparative Cancer Biology and Molecular Chemotherapy (RVC)

*These five Studentships are related to international development and include additional funding for field research. For further information please click on the following link:

The Bloomsbury Colleges, University of London: Birkbeck; Institute of Education; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; School of Oriental and African Studies; The School of Pharmacy; Royal Veterinary College.

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