We are pleased to advertise two projects in collaboration with the NIHR Nottingham BRC, supported by a University of Nottingham competition that is funded by the John Mortimer Shipstone Ratcliffe Medical Scholarships and the Joan Brown Legacy. Five 3-year PhD studentships are available across a range of medical topics including:
5) Neurochemical profiles of hearing loss, tinnitus and distress using non-invasive Magnetic Resonance techniques (firstname.lastname@example.org)
18) The role of online peer support groups in the self-management of hearing loss: A mixed methods approach. (email@example.com)
For more details see: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AYN877/phd-studentships/
Candidates should apply by submitting a cover letter and CV, specifying their 1stand 2ndchoices from the projects listed. Applications should be emailed to MS-Medicine-PGR@exmail.nottingham.ac.uk
Further details about the individual projects can be found at: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/medicine/study/postgraduateresearch/legacy-funded-phd-studentships.aspxor can be obtained from the supervisors, whose email addresses are provided in the project list above.
Start Date: 1st October 2017
Closing date for applications: 22nd May 2017 (Interviews are scheduled for 12thJune 2017)
If you are considering the National Institute for Health Research Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre (NIHR Nottingham BRC) as a place for your postgraduate studies, you may have some concerns about the implication of the Referendum vote to leave the European Union. The University is updating its website as more detail emerges over the coming days and weeks. FAQs for staff and students addressing immigration status, funding and a range of other issues can be found at www.nottingham.ac.uk/go/euref
The NIHR Nottingham BRC) supports a range of exciting opportunities for postgraduate students to work at the cutting-edge of translational research in hearing and tinnitus. We are an active multi-disciplinary research team and our facilities offer some of the best infrastructure in the UK for translational research. In addition, as one of our students, you would benefit from NIHR Nottingham BRC’s close links across a partnership between the University of Nottingham, the Medical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research (MRC IHR) and the Nottingham University Hospitals Trust.
There is a close scientific relationship between the NIHR Nottingham BRC and MRC IHR. Studentships are offered in both organisations and many have joint supervision between BRC staff and IHR staff. Prospective students are encouraged to visit the websites of both organisations to explore all the options for funded studentships in hearing science. http://www.ihr.mrc.ac.uk/pages/postgraduates/postgraduate_homepage
Postgraduate research at NIHR Nottingham BRC benefits greatly from the resources available to it as an NIHR-funded biomedical research centre:
• We provide access to state of the art research facilities
• All of the PhD supervisors are full-time scientists. None of the senior staff at the BRC or MRC IHR have teaching obligations and this allows us to be entirely research focussed.
• Funding is available for each student to attend at least one major international conference during their three years at the BRC, plus other national conferences. Additional funding for further conference attendance is available from a variety of sources and students are encouraged and supported to apply
• We are located in Ropewalk House which houses the Nottingham Audiology Service and the Nottingham Auditory Implant Programme for both adults and children and we maintain a database of people keen to take part in our research.
• You will be given all the support and training necessary to present your work in peer-reviewed journals.
• All our students are registered with Nottingham University and have many opportunities to interact with students from their departments.
“Although at first glance the world of research and clinical practice may seem far apart, both disciplines are highly complementary, often informing one another. Having the opportunity to work in both areas has been an invaluable experience, offering me a new perspective and a deeper understanding of both disciplines.”Jeff PhD student; combining a part-time degree with his audiology career