Applications are being invited for a highly-motivated and enthusiastic PhD student position to contribute to breast cancer research, more specifically to work on a project to study the mechanisms of metastasis in breast cancer.
As a student, you will be under the supervision of Professor Godfrey Grech from the Department of Pathology and Professor Christian Scerri from the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry, both within the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery.
A Master of Science degree, specialised in biomedical sciences Eligible for Ph.D. studies at the University of Malta Familiarity with qualitative research methods Previous experience with immunohistochemistry technique, real-time PCR technology and cell culturing
The award is for a maximum of 3 years.
It will provide a basic maintenance allowance of €12,000 per annum for the full-time Ph.D. student. It shall also provide a maximum of €15,000 to cover University bench fees and other expenses related to the research.
Letters of application should be submitted by not later than Sunday 31 January 2020 by email.
More information is available online.