UK PhD Studentship in Bioinformatics

David Jones jones at globin.bio.warwick.ac.uk
Tue Jul 6 08:19:00 EST 1999

UK Bioinformatics PhD for Autumn 1999


A PhD Studentship is still available in the general area of bioinformatics,
working the laboratory of Dr David Jones. Particular areas of interest
are protein structure prediction, protein fold recognition (threading),
and sequence analysis of genomic sequences (in particular transmembrane
protein sequences.)

The available Studentship is MRC funded and so attracts a significantly
higher stipend than most Studentships (7,000-10,000 pounds / year).

Ideal candidates should have a knowledge of biology and good computational
or mathematical skills. Physics or computer science graduates wishing
to apply their skills to biological problems would also be suitable.

Details of the research interests in the laboratory can be read from the
following WWW page:


Enquiries about these Studentships should be addressed directly to Dr Jones
at the address shown below.

Note that normal eligibility requirements for MRC studentships
apply, so foreign nationals are not eligible, and candidates would
need a 1st or Upper Second class degree (or equivalent).

Address: Dept. of Biological       |   Email: jones at globin.bio.warwick.ac.uk
Sciences, University of Warwick,   |     Tel: +44 1203 523729
Coventry CV4 7AL, U.K.             |     Fax: +44 1203 523701

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