TheraTools is currently recruiting 9 highly motivated Doctoral Candidates in Drug delivery in complex environments (Brain and Cancer).
These fellowships are funded as part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Doctoral Networks under the European Commission’s Horizon Europe Programme.
Positions are offered under the MSCA eligibility criteria and countries where roles are available are: Spain, Israel, Portugal, Italy
The offered positions are available to start on February/March 2023 (July 2023 at the latest) with a duration of 3 years.
You can find all the information about the Consortium and the positions in their website: https://theratools.eu/open-positions/
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Now accepting video and multimedia submissions, the improved Imperial Award is open to all students at Imperial, and can help you:
- Develop practical self-reflection skills
- Improve your ability to pitch yourself to various audiences
- Gain a formal recognition from the College
The Imperial Award is designed to help you make the most of your experiences and activities while at University by reflecting on them against the 12 Imperial Award attributes.
Graduate School course mapping to Imperial Award
The following course mapping has been made by the tutors and programme leads for the Graduate School courses to highlight courses that may assist in recognising and developing attributes for the Imperial Award.
This list is not exhaustive but allows those attending these courses to consider the highlighted attribute when writing a reflective commentary or preparing other evidence for the Imperial Award.
“Imperial award gives you the opportunity to realise how much you’ve gone through, reflect on yourself, and more importantly makes you passionate to do more and make a difference! Being recognised not only by your educational achievements but also by your life experiences is something very unique and wonderful.” – PGT IA Achiever (2020)
Find out more
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Now recruiting for the 5th time since its launch in 2020, The Turing Internship Network (TIN) offers doctoral students currently enrolled in a PhD at a university in the UK or Ireland the opportunity to undertake exciting and unique 3–6-month placements at one of the Turing’s business partners and collaborators. Through TIN internships students will apply their research expertise and technical skills to tackle real-world challenges and gain new skills in a business setting.
In this recruitment round TIN offers 12 paid internship opportunities in areas of research spanning from data science for legal domain to digital twins, graph machine learning for medicine applications, and public policy for online safety. We are not only looking for doctoral students with coding skills, but also for researchers studying social science/public policy.
For detailed information about the internships, the eligibility and how to apply, please visit our website.
For any questions, please contact email@example.com
The deadline for applications is 11am, Wednesday 19 October.
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