Looking to Gain Research Skills this Summer?
The INTEGRATE Summer Research Bursary provides a chance to work on the global problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) by offering an opportunity for Undergraduates to spend the summer conducting novel multi-disciplinary research at the University of Warwick.
The Research Bursary aims to identify and develop the AMR researchers of the future. The eventual goal is to significantly grow the number of students studying for an MRes and PhD. The projects will be designed such that each student will be able to use their experience to produce a poster, abstract and online portfolio.
Award value: £2000 over 8 weeks
Number of awards: up to 5
Award covers: Cost of living (£200 per week), research costs (£400)
Eligibility: The scheme is open to current University of Warwick students, excluding finalists. In order to be eligible for this funding, projects must involve an EPS discipline (Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry)
Please direct any queries to c dot nair at warwick dot ac dot uk
List of Participating Supervisors and Project Ideas
|PI Name||Department||Project Ideas|
|Prof Chris Dowson||SLSemail@example.com||New screening approaches for novel antifungals to combat resistance|
|Prof Rudo Roemer||Physics||R.Roemer@warwick.ac.uk||Computational modelling of protein flexibility and dynamics in AMR.|
Once student and supervisor(s) have agreed a research plan, please complete the application form by Friday 10 February 2017.
Successful candidates will be notified by 1 March 2017.