Doctoral Antimicrobial Resistance Training MRC iCASE Doctoral Antimicrobial Resistance Training MRC iCASE

We are pleased to announce applications are open for the UEA and Norwich Research Park Doctoral Antimicrobial Research Training (DART) MRC iCASE studentship. Funded for 3.5 years, these prestigious studentships will focus on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) related research. Spending a minimum of 3 months working with the project’s industrial partner, this is a great opportunity to take your research career to the next level in a cutting edge, collaborative research environment surrounded by experts in the field. 

antimicrobial research

Entry requirements:

Applicants must meet the minimum eligibility requirements as specified by MRC, as well as the UEA entry requirements for postgraduate research degrees.

Please check back again soon for upcoming opportunities.

For more information on MRC DART iCASE studentships, please contact: mrcdart@norwichresearchpark.ac.uk.