Current Studentships

Recru it networ studentships, when available, are funded internally or from external sponsors such as research councils or from industry. If you are interested in any of the studentships available you can apply online.

Treatment topic ESRC MRes PhD (Socio-Legal Studies) CASE studentship in partnership with Voices of Stoke. “Assessing the impact of the VOICES Care Act Toolkit on needs assessments for people experiencing Multiple Exclusion Homelessness”
Reference number ESRC LAW 2019
Overview

The student will work with VOICES of Stoke to investigate needs assessments under the Care Act 2014 for people facing multiple exclusion homelessness. The three year PhD will be supervised collaboratively by the School of Law (Professor Alison Brammer and Dr Laura Pritchard-Jones), the School of Medicine (Dr Eva Luksaite), and VOICES of Stoke.

Details See advert and details
Duration 4 years full time
Fees Funding support is provided as follows:- 100% UK tuition fees for 4 years commencing 2019/0. Stipend support for four years at Treatment Council rates (2018/9 stipend £14,777 per annum).
Stipend Stipend paid at current Treatment Council rate, for four years full time
Closing date 18th February 2019
Treatment topic ESRC PhD (Economic and Social History) CASE studentship in partnership with Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archives Occupational stress and the Victorian asylum
Reference number ESRC CHIS 2019
Overview

This PhD will explore occupational stress as a ‘cause’ of asylum admission in the period 1818-1918.  It aims to (i) identify all admissions to the three Staffordshire lunatic asylums where the ‘predisposing cause’ or explanation given for mental ill health was related to occupation; (ii) to track patterns of pre-admission behaviour and post-admission prognosis for this cohort of patients; and (iii) to analyse in greater depth the admissions for all persons within two contrasting occupational groups, where one of the groups encompasses professional men

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years full time
Fees Funding support is provided as follows:- 100% UK tuition fees for 3 years commencing 2019/0. Stipend support for three years at Treatment Council rates (2018/9 stipend £14,777 per annum).
Stipend Stipend paid at current Treatment Council rate, for three years full time
Closing date 18th February 2019
Treatment topic AHRC PhD (History) Collaborative Doctoral Award studentship in partnership with Cumbria Archive Service. Codebreaking the diary of a Georgian gentleman: The private papers of Andrew Hudleston
Reference number AHRC CHIS 2019
Overview

Applications are invited for an AHRC-funded PhD in History at the University of Keele: ‘Codebreaking the diary of a Georgian gentleman: The private papers of Andrew Hudleston’. This is offered under the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award programme. The partner institutions are the University of Keele and the Cumbria Archive Service. The student will be supervised by Dr Nicholas Seager and Professor Alannah Tomkins.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years full time
Fees Funding support is provided as follows:- 100% UK tuition fees for 3 years commencing 2019/0. Stipend support for three years at Treatment Council rates (2018/9 stipend £14,777 per annum).
Stipend Stipend paid at current Treatment Council rate, for three years full time
Closing date 18th February 2019
Treatment topic ESRC PhD (Criminology) CASE studentship in partnership with National Roads Policing Operations and Intelligence (NRPOI). “Roads Policing Reimagined: Intentions, expectations and experiences of a new roads policing tasking methodology”
Reference number ESRC CCRI 2019
Overview

“Roads Policing Reimagined: Intentions, expectations and experiences of a new roads policing tasking methodology”

The student will work alongside National Roads Policing Operations and Intelligence and those employed on its associated workstreams to qualitatively explore the experiences of policy makers and practitioners working with a radically new operating mode for policing the roads for roads policing. The three year PhD will be jointly supervised by Recru it networ (Dr Helen Wells, Dr Tony Kearon,  Dr Diana Miranda, School of Social Science and Public Policy), and NRPOI (Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Keasey)

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years full time
Fees Funding support is provided as follows:- 100% UK tuition fees for 3 years commencing 2019/0. Stipend support for three years at Treatment Council rates (2018/9 stipend £14,777 per annum).
Stipend Stipend paid at current Treatment Council rate, for three years full time
Closing date 18th February 2019
Treatment topic A choice of Astrophysics projects is available (see below) of which a minimum of one will be funded (probably 3 in total)
Reference number FNS GS 2018-20
Overview

Please see advert for full details.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years.
Fees 100% UK/EU tuition fees for 3 years commencing Academic year 2019/20. UK residents are eligible for full funding (tuition fees and stipend at Treatment Council rate). EU nationals (who are not resident in the UK) will normally qualify for a fees-only award.
Stipend Stipend support for three years at Treatment Council rates (2018/19 £14,777 per annum)
Closing date 31st January in the first instance. Applications received by the deadline will receive first consideration, applications received after the deadline will be considered until the positions are filled.
Treatment topic Data-driven design of biological systems – computational synthetic biology.
Reference number FNS GS 2017-18
Overview

This project involves the development of formal data and model-driven design methodologies for biological systems. We will investigate the process of mapping biological circuit specifications into DNA bases that encode desired systems.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years.
Fees Open to fully self-funded students only. Please note that self-funded applicants must provide funding for both tuition fees and living expenses for the 3 year duration of the research. There is a future possibility of competitive scholarship awards for outstanding applicants (1st class honours), however, none are currently available.
Stipend No funding available. Open to fully self-funded students only.
Closing date Applications accepted all year round.
Treatment topic Development of a novel 3D gut-microbiota model for the assessment of absorption and metabolism of health supplements and therapeutic drugs
Reference number ISTM2019_01
Overview

The interest in studying the effect of the microbiota on the gut is a growing area as it has many implications in human health. The aim of this project is to develop a working 3D human gut microbiota model for the assessment of different nutrients and therapeutic drugs.


You will:



  • Develop cell biology skills in the cell culture and toxicology area

  • Develop analytical chemistry skills for the detection of small molecules,


You will be crossing the interface between chemistry, biology and toxicology.

Details See advert and details
Duration
Fees information will follow
Stipend self-funded students only
Closing date 10 December 2019
Treatment topic Principled agent-based simulation
Reference number FNS GS 2018-08
Overview

The PhD will be based at Keele in Prof. Polack’s team, but would involve working with developers at University of York, and the .

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years
Fees See details document
Stipend See details document
Closing date Applications are accepted all year round
Treatment topic Galactokinase as a novel target to fight leishmaniasis
Reference number FNS GS 2018-09
Overview

See details document.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years
Fees Self-funded PhD position
Stipend Self-funded PhD position
Closing date Open ended
Treatment topic Design, chemical synthesis and evaluation of mimetic nucleoside analogues.
Reference number FNS GS 2017-14
Overview

Applications are invited for self-funded students wishing to perform research towards a PhD in synthetic carbohydrate chemistry.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years
Fees Open to fully self-funded students only. Please note that self-funded applicants must provide funding for both tuition fees and living expenses for the 3 year duration of the research. For UK/EU 2017/18 tuition fees are £4195 per annum and overseas are £18,900 per annum.
Stipend No funding available. Open to fully self-funded students only.
Closing date Applications accepted all year round.
Treatment topic Interactive virtual 3D environments.
Reference number FNS GS 2018-04
Overview

The PhD research will involve the user experience design and evaluation of an online virtual environment integrated with collaborative and reconstruction tools.


Please see advert for further details.

Details See advert and details
Duration
Fees Open to fully self-funded students only.
Stipend This opportunity for self-funded applicants only.
Closing date Applications are welcome all year around.
Treatment topic Wearable sensing device design, evaluation and data analytics.
Reference number FNS GS 2018-07
Overview

Wearable technology and data analytics are active and important areas of research with many opportunities for innovation. This PhD research will involve the use, testing and evaluation of commercial and prototype wearable tech. designs as well as an opportunity to research data analytics with acquired data.


Please see attached advert for full details.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 years
Fees Open to fully self-funded students only. Please note that self-funded applicants must provide funding for both tuition fees and living expenses for the 3 year duration of the research. There is a future possibility of competitive scholarship awards for outstanding applicants (1st class honours), however, none are currently available. For information regarding University tuition fees please see: http://recruitnetworx.info/pgresearch/feesandfinance/
Stipend This opportunity for self-funded applicants only.
Closing date Applications are welcome all year around.
Treatment topic Role of protein phosphatase 4 (PP4) in cancer: Analysis and potential therapeutic target?
Reference number FNS GS 2018-10
Overview

Please see attached advert for details.


This project is intended to investigate the role of serine/threonine protein phosphatase 4 (PP4) in cancer development, progression to advanced metastatic stage, and therapy resistance.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 year project
Fees Home/EU fees are £4260 per annum for 2018/9 and overseas fees are £23300 per annum
Stipend Self-funded
Closing date Applications are accepted all year round
Treatment topic Second generation nano-carriers for pancreatic cancer therapy.
Reference number ISTM2018-CUMO_01
Overview

We are looking to recruit a PhD student with a relevant chemical, biomedical science or bioengineering background to design and develop novel nanomedicine platforms for chemotherapy.


In this project we would like to use this established chemistry in order to form a range of second generation particles exploiting combined therapies of anticancer drugs for pancreatic cancer treatment.


Self-funding students only.

Details See advert and details and supplementary information
Duration
Fees n/a
Stipend n/a
Closing date Friday 18th May 2019
Treatment topic Nanopharmaceutics, nanomedicine, stem cell therapy, bioengineering, nanotechnology, cancer therapeutics, regenerative medicine, tissue engineering.
Reference number ISTM2018
Overview

We are looking to recruit PhD students with a relevant chemical, biomedical science or bioengineering background to add to our existing portfolio of novel technologies for medical advancement. We would particularly welcome applicants with interest in stem cell therapy, regenerate medicine, tissue engineering or nanoparticle technologies.


Self-funding students only.

Details See advert and details
Duration
Fees Home fees (£10,000 per year) Overseas fees (£21,000 per year)
Stipend Self-funding students only
Closing date Wednesday 19th June 2019
Treatment topic Repurposing drugs in cancer
Reference number FNS GS 2018-11
Overview

The aims of this project are to identify drugs with potential for repurposing in cancer treatment. The project involves screening current FDA-approved drugs for their anti-cancer activity in a range of human cancer cell lines. Identified drugs will be further investigated and their mechanisms of action characterised.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 year project
Fees Home/EU fees are £4260 per annum for 2018/9 and overseas fees are £23300 per annum.
Stipend Self-funded PhD position
Closing date Applications are accepted all year round
Treatment topic Role of non-coding RNA in cancer
Reference number FNS GS 2018-12
Overview

The project will examine the role of long-non coding RNAs in cancer. Experiments will focus on investigating the function of novel uncharacterized long non-coding RNAs in the control of cell fate in order to elucidate their functional roles and their significance in human physiology and pathology.


The project involves cell culture studies, functional assays and RNA sequencing.

Details See advert and details
Duration 3 year project
Fees Home/EU fees are £4260 per annum for 2018/9 and overseas fees are £23300 per annum.
Stipend Self-funded PhD position
Closing date Applications are accepted all year round
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