UK: PhD Studentships in Biophysical Science, University of Manchester

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Applications are
invited for PhD studentships in Biological Physics Group, School of
Physics and Astronomy, the University of Manchester in the following
areas:

(1) Biophysical modelling to investigate the functional impacts of gene mutations on cardiac arrhythmogenesis.
(2) Biophysical investigation of effects of surfactant nanostructural environment on the uptake of drug molecules.
(3) Interfacial nano-structure and solution self-assembly of designed peptide surfactants
(4) Controlled interfacial assembly of nanoparticles from nano-fluids

Each studentship cover 3 year tuition fees and living expenses.
Applicants should hold or are expecting a 1st or 2(i) degree (or
equivalent) in a relevant physical/biological or computing science
subject.

Application
The first project is funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and
only UK or EU nationals are eligible to apply. Please contact Dr
Henggui Zhang (henggui.zhang[ at ]manchester.ac.uk / Tel:
0161-306-3966) or Professor Jules C. Hancox (jules.hancox[ at
]bristol.ac.uk / Tel: 0117-928-9028) for further details.

Studentships in projects 2-4 are partially funded by leading
international companies and the close collaboration with them will
provide unique training opportunities and will benefit future career
development. In the case of overseas applicants for projects 2-4,
enquiries should be made to discuss how to arrange for overseas tuition
fee coverage. Please contact Professor Jian Lu (jian.lu[ at
]manchester.ac.uk / Tel: 0161-3063926) for further details.

The studentships are open until filled.

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