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We are looking for talented and motivated graduates with backgrounds in biological or biomedical sciences, physics, chemistry, mathematics or computer science to join the 2019 Crick PhD programme
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Cancer Metabolism Laboratory
Retroviral Replication Laboratory
Malaria Biochemistry Laboratory
DSB Repair Metabolism Laboratory
Mycobacterial Metabolism and Antibiotic Research Laboratory
Chromatin structure and mobile DNA Laboratory
Macromolecular Machines Laboratory
Chemical Biology Approaches to Malaria Laboratory
Chromosome Replication Laboratory
Visual Biochemistry Laboratory
Malaria Parasitology Laboratory
Signalling and Structural Biology Laboratory
Cell Cycle Laboratory
Protein Phosphorylation Laboratory
Hypoxia Biology Laboratory
Molecular Structure of Cell Signalling Laboratory
Cellular Degradation Systems Laboratory
Chemical Glycobiology Laboratory
Structural Biology of Chromosome Segregation Laboratory
Mechanisms of Transcription Laboratory
A Crick-funded PhD position for the 2019 programme in the lab of Radoslav Enchev.
Research opportunity for a postdoctoral clinical fellow in John Diffley's lab.
A PhD project for the 2019 doctoral clinical fellows programme with Luiz Pedro Carvalho (primary supervisor, Crick), Edward Tate (Imperial College London) and Robert Wilkinson (Crick)