Leicester University: Postgraduate Diploma In Biomedical Technology

A.J.Cann nna at le.ac.uk
Thu Jun 26 11:10:52 EST 1997


University of Leicester
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
and
Department of Pre-Clinical Sciences

Postgraduate Diploma In Biomedical Technology

Positions are available on a course leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in
Biomedical Technology. The course is for 44 weeks from 29th September 1997
and is mainly practical based and provides an excellent means of obtaining
laboratory experience within a research environment in addition to a
postgraduate qualification.
Some tax-free training grants from the European Social Fund [ESF] are
available.  Those wishing to apply for an ESF grant can be from any country
of the EU but must be not more than 25 years old and must not be in full
time employment. A limited number of the grants are reserved for those who
have not been in full-time employment for twelve months or more prior to
the commencement of the course.

Those interested in training in molecular methods applied to problems in
Microbiology or  Immunology should send a CV to Professor Peter Andrew,
Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Leicester,
University Road, Leicester, LE1 9HN, Email: pwa at le.ac.uk [Tel 0116 252
2941].

Those who wish to train in antibody-based localisation methods using
contemporary  techniques in microscopy should send a CV to Dr Colin
Ockleford, Department of Pre-Clinical Sciences, University of Leicester,
University Road, Leicester, LE1 9HN, Email: cxo at le.ac.uk [Tel 0116 252
3020].

Those who wish to train in histology, histochemistry,  electron microscopy
and computer-based data handling should send a CV to Dr Jon Scott,
Department of Pre-Clinical Sciences, University of Leicester, University
Road, Leicester, LE1 9HN, Email: js50 at le.ac.uk [Tel 0116 252 3083].

-- 
Dr Alan J. Cann  PhD, Department of Microbiology & Immunology,
University of Leicester, UK.



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