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Aston University PhD Positions for UK-EU Students

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    Price : Free
    Date : December 24, 2019
    Location :Aston University Birmingham B4 7ET UK

    Aston University is a long-established research-led university. It recognised for its world-class teaching quality and a secure connection to businesses and professions.

    Why at Aston University? AU is committed to the principles of the Athena SWAN Charter, known recently by a prestigious Silver Award to EAS. At Auston, they pride themselves on their vibrant, friendly and supportive working environment and atmosphere.

    Application Deadline: January 31, 2020.

    Brief Description

    • University or Organization: Aston University
    • Department: NA
    • Course Level: PhD
    • Award: Home/EU tuition fees and a monthly maintenance allowance
    • Access Mode: Online
    • Number of Awards: NA
    • Nationality: International
    • Awards can take in the United Kingdom

    Eligibility

    • Eligible Countries: All nationalities are eligible for the program
    • Acceptable Course or Subjects:
    • Admissible Criteria: Candidates must check all the following criteria:
    • EU/UK candidates are eligible
    • BSc or MSc qualification in Biochemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences or equivalent
    • Experience in experimental work, intermediate use of Microsoft Office and use of statistical analysis tools
    • Skill requirements in one or more of the following disciplines are preferred: knowledge/experience fermentation technology, microbiology, bioanalytical techniques and nanotechnologies.
    • knowledge in bioreactors, fermentation technology or genetic engineering is an asset

    How to Apply

    • How to Apply: If you are interested in a PhD project at Aston University, read the guidance notes and complete the application form.
    • Supporting Documents: Certified Copies of qualifications gained, e.g. for Postgraduate this will be degree certificate and transcripts, English Language test certificate (if appropriate) like IELTS/TOEFL, Research proposal, Passport scan, A copy of sponsor letter if proper/available, Copies of any other supporting documentation which may use to help support your application
    • Entry Requirements: Must have BSc or MSc qualification in Biochemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences or equivalent as well as Knowledge of aseptic techniques, microbiology and bioanalytical techniques
    • Language Requirement: English Language (Overall min score of 6.5 IELTS). A minimum requirement can found here.

    Benefits

    • The PhD position is a funded 3-year PhD studentship that includes fee support to cover the standard Home/EU tuition fees rate. Scholars will also get a monthly maintenance allowance.
    • The position is accessible to start in April, July or October 2020 (subject to negotiation).
    • The positive candidate will join an established experimental group working on the production of functional and biologically synthesised materials for healthcare and biotechnological applications.

    Other Information:

    • The application should indicate the title of the offered research topic as well as the name of the primary supervisor (Dr Alfred Fernandez-Castane).
    • Applications should provide a research proposal describing your intended research methods and plan, supported by an appropriate literature review on the selected topic.
    • The applicants should also demonstrate how their knowledge and experience will benefit the project.
    • Candidates are encouraged to contact Dr Alfred Fernandez-Castane by email before applying a.fernandez-castane1@aston.ac.uk
    • References:
    1. Fernandez-Castane, A. & Clarke-Bland, C. (2019) Unveiling magnetosome biomineralization in Magnetotactic Bacteria, Biochemist, 41, 4, p. 58-59.
    2. Fernandez-Castane, A., Li, H., Thomas, O. R. T. & Overton, T. W. (2018) Development of a simple intensified fermentation strategy for growth of Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense MSR-1: Physiological responses to changing environmental conditions. New Biotechnol 46, p. 22-30
    3. Fernandez-Castane, A., Li, H., Thomas, O. R. T. & Overton, T. W. (2017) Flow cytometry as a rapid analytical tool to determine physiological responses to changing O2 and iron concentration by Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense strain MSR-1. Sci Rep, 7.

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