Postgraduate student opportunities

Andrew Wallace a.wallace at
Tue Feb 11 06:26:54 EST 1997

The Queen's University of Belfast

School of Biology and Biochemistry

Postgraduate Research Studentships 1997-98

The School of Biology and Biochemistry offers excellent facilities
for a wide range of fundamental and applied research extending from
molecular and cellular biology to ecology. Applications are invited
from UK and other EU candidates who have or expect to obtain a relevant
First or Upper Second Class Honours Degree or equivalent qualification.

Studentships are available in the following areas commencing October

Study of cell permeable peptides 
by combinatorial libraries		<a.wallace at>

Combinatorial library approaches 
to studying the role of proteinases 
in programmed cell death (apoptosis)	<brian.walker at>

Discovery of novel cell adhesion receptors and ligands
by combinatorial library methods	<john.nelson at>

Autoantibodies to apolipoproteins 
in atherosclerosis			<b.wisdom at>

Biochemistry and genetics of organosulphonate metabolism
by microorganisms			<j.quinn at>

Enzyme activity as an indicator of nutrient status 
of phytoplankton or seaweeds		<j.berges at>

Applications from well qualified students in other areas of interest
within the School will also be considered. Inquiries from non-EU
who expect to have appropriate funding are also very welcome.

Further details and application forms are available from The Director,
School of Biology and Biochemistry, The Queen's University of Belfast,
Medical Biology Centre, 97 Lisburn Road, Belfast BT9 7BL
Fax +44-1232-236505
Email at 
OR contact the appropriate staff email address above.

All applications for admission must be received by the Admissions
The Queen's University of Belfast no later than 15 MAY 1997.

The first allocation of studentships to outstanding applicants will be
in APRIL so candidates are encouraged to apply early.

The University is a charity established in 1845 to advance education.

Andrew Wallace,Ph.D., Queens University Belfast,  N. Ireland (UK)   
a.wallace at   

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