Deadline: 01/12/2000
September 29, 2003

AVERT is a national AIDS charity that funds medical research and has an education programme. Applications are invited for medical research studentships in HIV/AIDS. The purpose of the studentships scheme is to enable graduates to undertake, in a recognised institution, full-time research in the field of HIV and AIDS. The scheme provides for three years research leading to a PhD. The annual grant will start at £11,000 (London), £8,740 (elsewhere). The awards will be made through the departments in which they are to be held.
Address: AVERT, 4 Brighton Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5BA
Telephone: 01403 210202 Fax: 01403 211001
Email: info@avert.org

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