PhD Studentships in Neurobiology at Anatomy/Cell Biology,UMDS

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Fri Mar 3 10:32:50 EST 1995


		PhD Studentships available
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   Research Studentships in Developmental Neurobiology,
Anatomy & Cell Biology, UMDS, Guy's Hospital Campus, London

A number of PhD Studentships will be available in the Division of 
Anatomy and Cell Biology from October 1995.  The Division is a
flourishing centre for neurobiological research, with several 
autonomous groups, offering an extensive range of facilities 
and expertise in cellular and molecular neurobiology.   
Studentships will be allocated between the following projects:

Myelination in the developing central nervous system   
Prof Martin Berry

Axonal growth and regeneration: cellular and molecular studies 
Dr Jim Cohen

Axon Pathfinding of Motorneurons
Dr Sarah Guthrie

Early phenotype choices by neuronal precursors
Prof Andrew Lumsden

Role of fibroblast growth factors in CNS regionalisation
Dr Ivor Mason

The following conditions apply to these studentships
> Only students from UK or EC are eligible
> UK Students : Fees and stipend (MRC rate)
> EC Students : Fees ONLY, unless resident in UK for 3 years
> Closing Date : 31 March 95

Applicants should have or expect to obtain an 
upper second or first class honours degree.  

Please send a full CV, to include relevant experience and 
the names of two academic referees and indicating the 
project(s) of interest, to 

Ms Carole Scarlett  
Division of Anatomy and Cell Biology
UMDS
Guy's Hospital Campus
LONDON
SE1 9RT

Tel 0171-955-4575 (International +44-171-955 4575)
Fax 0171-955-4915 (International +44-171-955 4915)

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