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Exciting Opportunities!

There are a number of early career fellowships to work on anti-microbial resistance projects. Please get in touch with e dot fullam at warwick dot ac dot uk if you are interested. More details here
How to join our Group

We're always interested in hearing from motivated candidates and speculative enquiries are welcome. If you wish to join the group please get in touch. Applications from potential postdoctoral and PhD candidates who have their own funding are welcome throughout the year. Email Dr Liz Fullam directly e.fullam@warwick.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Post-Doctoral Positions

We will advertise when any positions are available. Enquiries from candidates who seek support for external fellowship applications are welcome at any time. Please include a CV, including a full publication list and cover letter, detailing potential funding agencies. Potential sources of funding include EMBO, Marie Curie, University of Warwick.

PhD Projects

PhD positions are available in our group each year and usually start in October. Informal enquires are welcome and encouraged as early as possible. Please include a CV. Please contact Dr Liz Fullam as early as possible to register interest in future PhD intakes as there are a number of scholarships available from the University. If you have your own PhD funding please get in touch.

Masters Projects

MASC and MRC DTC students should contact Dr Fullam as soon as possible to register interest and to discuss project proposals. We aim to have 1-2 vacancies each year.

Summer Placements

Excellent students (expecting at least a 2:1) should contact Dr Liz Fullam to discuss potential projects as soon as possible. Each year we hope to have at least 1-2 vacancies for students (in either year 2 or year 3)to come and work in the labs during summer. Funded places are available from the Biochemical Society, Wellcome Trust, Society for General Microbiology etc. but need to apply early.

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