MRC-funded PhD studentships for 2013 in Neuroscience, Cognitive Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology
MRC Institute of Hearing Research at Nottingham and Glasgow
Medical Research Council
The Institute of Hearing Research (IHR) is a centre for multidisciplinary research into hearing and hearing disorders. We want to know how hearing works, why it fails in hearing impairment, and how hearing impairment can be remediated. A PhD at IHR provides training in a wide range of generic, methodological and technical skills and opens the door to a career in academia, medicine or industry.
IHR offers up to five MRC-funded PhD studentships per year, which are available for a range of different projects. The studentships provide a non-taxable stipend of £15,000 pa and pay for university fees and conference travel. Applications are open to outstanding students with a back ground in the health or biomedical sciences (e.g., audiology, neuroscience, psychology) or in a technical or mathematical field (e.g., physics, computer science). A detailed description of the projects for 2013, and information on how to apply can be found at:
- Funding applies to:
- EU applicants (including UK)