AstraZeneca funded PhD studentship: expanding the toolbox of molecular degraders through systematic degron discovery

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Sergio Martinez Cuesta

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Sep 11, 2023, 4:00:14 AM9/11/23
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Dear all,

(Please circulate the following PhD project opportunity within your network)

Applications are invited for a fully funded, four-year PhD studentship based at the Cambridge Institute for Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Disease (CITIID) in the University of Cambridge and the new AstraZeneca Discovery Centre on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. 

This is a collaborative project between the laboratories of Dr Richard Timms (University of Cambridge) and Dr Sergio Martínez Cuesta (AZ), and the student will have the opportunity to work across both sites.

Applications are welcome by 9th October 2023. For information about the project and the application process, please check the following link:


Thanks,
Sergio and Richard

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