The successful candidate will undertake a three-year research project developing high-throughput genetic technologies to study the ubiquitin-proteasome system.
If you are interested in joining the lab as a PhD student, please email Richard (rtt20[at]cam.ac.uk), including:
There are a number of funding sources available to PhD students in Cambridge:
Please note that the Cambridge PhD programmes include rotations in different labs during the first year and require that applications be submitted directly to the programmes. While we welcome applications from prospective PhD students at any time, please bear in mind that most funding applications open a year in advance: for example, if you would like to start your PhD in October, your application would generally have to be submitted by the end of the previous year.
We are always keen to hear from talented researchers interested in joining the lab as a postdoctoral fellow. Please email Richard (rtt20[at]cam.ac.uk), including:
While funding for postdoctoral fellows may be available, postdocs are generally expected to apply for independent fellowships. Some example funding schemes include: