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Offline gilluji

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research in medicine
« on: 21/07/2004 13:21:11 »
i want do research in ear nose and throat. i am an ent graduate at present in uk. how to apply for research or a phd programm.can anyone guide me.

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Re: research in medicine
« Reply #1 on: 24/07/2004 21:51:51 »
basically keep a look out for adverts and apply! you can also try approaching principle investigators in the UK directly and asking them if they have any openings for a PhD studentship in their lab.

I'm assuming you wan to stay in the UK. also I think you might be too late for an october start (which is when most PhD's start) but occasionally you'll find one to start in january or april.

i don't know if there are alternative routes for medical students, so you should make your way to your university's careers centre and find out.

try www.jobs.ac.uk and www.newscientistjobs.co.uk
 

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