Here we list current vacancies and opportunities to work with researchers in the Zeeman Institute:
We are always interested in hearing from researchers that are looking to apply for independent fellowships. Depending on background and interests, there are multiple funding sources where SBIDER has had past success:
- BBSRC (including David Phillips and Early Career fellowships)
- Wellcome Trust (including Henry Wellcome & Henry Dale fellowships)
- Leverhulme Trust (including Research and Early Career fellowships)
- Newton International Fellowships. Annual competition, opens January for candidates outside the UK.
Staff in SBIDER have a long history of supervising and supporting PhD students. Our successful PhD students have gone on to jobs in academia, industry and government. We have complied a list of potential PhD topics, but members of the Zeeman Institute are always interested in hearing from applicants with their own interests and ideas.
In all cases, the first step should be to contact someone in the Zeeman Instititute -- look at our People page to find a list of our interests -- we can then offer advice on how to apply and potential funding routes. The graduate school offers information on a variety of scholarships which may be helpful.
Staff in the Zeeman Institute run a number of lecture courses, in different disciplines, that provide a fantastic introduction to our subject areas. In addition, we are always keen to be approached to supervise undergraduate projects and summer projects (support by URSS). Example lecture courses include: