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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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The application of concepts and thinking from ecology and evolution to biomedical problems gives new insight into how higher levels of biological organization influence the functions of living organisms, organs and cells.
System Neuroscience and Energy Control Laboratory
Mycobacterial Metabolism and Antibiotic Research Laboratory
Neuronal Circuits and Behaviour Laboratory
Comparative Biology of Mitotic Division Lab
Neural Circuits and Evolution Laboratory
Molecular Biology of Metabolism Laboratory
Neurophysiology of behaviour laboratory
Ancient Genomics Laboratory
Retrovirus-Host Interactions Laboratory
Cancer Evolution and Genome Instability Laboratory
RNA Regulatory Networks Laboratory
Cancer Genomics Laboratory
This sandwich placement will be based in the Advanced Sequencing STP supervised by Jerome Nicod in collaboration with the John McCauley of the Worldwide Influenza Centre.
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)
A PhD project for the 2019 doctoral clinical fellows programme with Charles Swanton (primary supervisor, Crick) and Nicholas McGranahan (UCL).
A PhD project for the 2019 doctoral clinical fellows programme with Peter Van Loo (primary supervisor, Crick) and Nischalan Pillay (UCL).