EASTBIO is the East of Scotland BioScience Doctoral Training Partnership. We are funded by the BBSRC and supported in our work by the Scottish Universities Life Sciences Alliance. We offer an excellent programme of collaborative training for PhD students in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and St Andrews, four of the UK’s leading research intensive universities. We also host summer research experience placements for undergraduates.
EASTBIO has additional projects for PhD studentships with a start for 2017-18. Browse the available projects here.
The closing date for applications is the 1st of May 2017.
On how to apply, see here.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview in Dundee. The interviews will be held on the 29th of May 2017.
EASTBIO final-year students at 2016 Environment YES competition
Read Sarah Heath's report on the grand experience four final-year EASTBIO students had at the Environment YES competition in the last months of 2016. A nice early exposure to the topic of this year's EASTBIO Annual Symposium, impact - programming details of which soon to follow!
EASTBIO Annual Symposium, University of Aberdeen, 11-12 June 2017
We are looking forward to welcoming students and supervisors to our Annual Symposium on 'Debating & Delivering Research to Society'. The Symposium will take place at the King's College Conference Centre, University of Aberdeen on Sunday the 11th & Monday the 12th June 2017.
Students and supervisors can register via this link. Help us be signing up no later than 2 May 2017.
Further details and updates to be published here.
Group photo: EASTBIO Research Symposium in St Andrews, 13 June 2016
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