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WORLD CLASS BASIC, TRANSLATIONAL AND CLINICAL RESEARCH

Welcome from the Director

Welcome to the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute. Our world-class basic research drives and facilitates the development of translational and clinical research, leading to practice-changing developments for cancer patients. We work with other scientists and clinicians in Manchester, nationally, and internationally to achieve our mission to improve patient care by implementing personalised medicine for a range of cancers.


Opportunities

Closes: Thursday 30 August

Closes: Sunday 26 August

Closes: Thursday 16 August

Welcome from the Director

Welcome to the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute. Our world-class basic research drives and facilitates the development of translational and clinical research, leading to practice-changing developments for cancer patients. We work with other scientists and clinicians in Manchester, nationally, and internationally to achieve our mission to improve patient care by implementing personalised medicine for a range of cancers.


Opportunities

Closes: Thursday 30 August

Closes: Sunday 26 August

Closes: Thursday 16 August

 

Explore The Institute's Work


Study at the Institute

A PhD should be an exciting and stimulating time which for many, is the first step into a career in a research. We are looking for talented and motivated graduates with backgrounds in biological sciences, mathematics, computer science and/or chemistry interested in pursuing scientific research careers. Applications are invited from recent graduates or final year undergraduates who have, or are expected to obtain a first or upper second class honours degree.


Details

Explore The Institute's Work

Study at the Institute

A PhD should be an exciting and stimulating time. For many, it is the first step into a career in a research, and the first opportunity to say something truly novel about the world around them. We are looking for talented and motivated graduates with backgrounds in biological sciences, mathematics, computer science and/or chemistry interested in pursuing scientific research careers. Applications are invited from recent graduates or final year undergraduates who have, or are expected to obtain a first or upper second class honours degree.


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