Research degrees are ideal for those wishing to study for a PhD and/or those aiming to improve their laboratory and practical skills. Students wishing to study for a PhD must identify a project supervisor with whom they work to develop a project outline.
-Intensive period of independent laboratory based training
Possible careers include: academic/research positions; pharmaceutical industry; biotech companies; environmental agencies; entrepreneurship; patent or science communication
The University welcomes research degree applications in the following areas:
-Biochemistry and cell biology -Biosensors -Cancer -Computational biology -Ecology, conservation and environmental policy -Environmental biotechnology and sustainability -Forensic science -Immunology -Kidney disease and diabetes -Metabolic disease -Microbiology -Neuroscience -Pharmacology