King's College London - Awards fund health PhDs

December 11, 2008

Fifty PhD studentships are up for grabs in a London university's School of Health. The King's College London awards are funded by King's Graduate School, the Medical Research Council, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, the British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK. Robert Lechler, vice-principal for health at King's, said: "The award of more than 50 fully funded PhD studentships across the health schools reflects the ongoing success of King's in attracting prestigious research council, charity and other externally funded awards, together with the commitment of our Graduate School, which is funding ten studentships."

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