Respiratory Health PhD Opportunity
Applications are invited by 31 May for a fully-funded non-clinical PhD studentship at Imperial College London to study health inequalities in people with chronic respiratory diseases.
The UK has some of the worst respiratory death rates in Europe. This is an opportunity to make a real difference through cutting edge PhD research.
It is funded as part of the HDR UK Inflammation and Immunity Driver Programme, which seeks to transform the UK’s capabilities to improve understanding of mechanisms and health outcomes, using respiratory and allergic disorders as exemplar domains.
The successful candidate will work in the Respiratory Electronic Health Record Group at Imperial.
They will be in a highly interdisciplinary environment as part of a vibrant cohort of HDR UK-funded PhD students, with outstanding networking opportunities with fellow students and colleagues located across the four nations of the UK.
There will also be opportunities to access training activities organised by HDR UK as well as within the student’s own institution and as part of the Driver Programme team.