Friday, 4 December 2015

PhD Studentship available - University of Birmingham

Where? University of Birmingham, Institute of Applied Health and Research
What? Helping preventable mortality measurements and interventions as part of the NIHR's CLAHRC West Midlands.


  • A medical doctor, or a first or upper second class honours degree in areas such as physical or social science, economics, mathematics, management studies; relevant degrees in other subjects may also be considered
  • Additional relevant research experience or higher qualifications, and experience with the NHS would be preferred.
For further information about the PhD, please contact Dr Semira Manaseki-Holland (; Tel 0121414533).

Formal applications require:
– CV to include the names and addresses of two referees (postal and email)
– Covering letter explaining why your experience makes you suitable for this PhD.
Please send your application to by midday on 1st December 2015
Full time three years (envisaged start date February 2016)
Part time applications will also be considered up to a minimum of 50% time on project.
Please note closing date may close early if high number of applications received

Funding Notes
The University of Birmingham registration fee is covered for duration of 3 years for UK/EU students. You are not exempt from applying if you are an overseas student (non-EU), but you will be required to pay the difference in the Overseas registration fee

Annual stipend of £16,000 (15/16), plus research expenses (travel and consumables)
The project information is also is on and can be accessed via this link.

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