Industrial CASE PhD studentships available

2nd June 2017

APPLICATIONS FOR THE ICASE STUDENTSHIPS ARE NOW CLOSED, EXCEPT FOR:

We have a number of  Industrial CASE PhD studentships available through the Norwich Research Park Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership.

Industrial CASE (iCASE) partnerships, in addition to providing excellent research training and experience, also include a collaboration with a partner organisation from industry. The studentships currently being offered at the Quadram Institute include chances for placements with Nestle, Proctor & Gamble, PepsiCO and New Food Innovation.

Applications for most of these close 19th June, and projects will start in October 2017

Training the food and health scientists of the future is an important part of our mission. PhD students are hosted in research groups by world leaders in their field, benefiting from easy access to the student life at the University of East Anglia. https://quadram.ac.uk/about/student-opportunities/

The Norwich Research Park (NRP) Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) programme which involves five world-class research institutions based on the Norwich Research Park. This PhD training programme offers talented biosciences graduates an opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary research environment and join a vibrant student community.

The Quadram Institute is at the forefront of food and health research, and will provide you with a stimulating and rewarding environment to work in and progress your career. As part of the Norwich Research Park, working in the Quadram institute means you will be part of a community of over 3000 life scientists. As well as being an international centre for scientific expertise, Norwich is one of the UK’s safest and most pleasant cities with an excellent quality of life https://quadram.ac.uk/about/join-us/

Current iCASE studentships open for applications:

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on StumbleUponShare on RedditDigg thisShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Pin on PinterestEmail this to someone

Related Research Groups

Roberts group/NCYC

Roberts group

Webber group

Webber group

Wilde group

Wilde group

Warren Group

Warren group

Related Research Areas

Research area: Food innovation

Food Innovation and Health

Targeting microbes in the food chain

Microbes in the food chain