Four, three year studentships are available, one at each of York, Oxford, Dublin and Copenhagen, beginning October 1st 2005.
What PhD projects can I do?
You can follow a PhD in any area of Ancient Biomolecules which can be supported by the resources of the GeneTime partners.
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What level of funding can I expect?
You will receive between €21k and €40k (£15 - £25k) per annum to cover your living expenses and fees, plus limited travel expenses. For more details see the Allowances page.
How do I apply?
If you are interested in persuing a PhD in the field of ancient biomolecules contact Matthew Collins (University of York, coordinator).
I am already following a post-graduate course - can I joint GeneTime?
Yes - GeneTime also funds short term visits to any of the GeneTime laboratories, typically for periods of four months.
Can I attend a GeneTime workshop?
Yes - you could also join a workshop - details of workshops will be posted on the site. You can also join a mailing list, and will be emailed with news of GeneTime opportunities.