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== MRes/PhD Studentship Opportunities ==
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== PhD Studentship Opportunities ==
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If you are interested in working in Dr Nowlan's lab on a project that will investigate how mechanical forces affect prenatal skeletal development, and the relevance of this type of research to understanding and developing treatments for osteoarthritis, please contact Dr. Nowlan before the 31st of April. For more details on the competitive scheme under which this opportunity is available, (a 4 year MRes/PhD in Biomedical Research), please click  [http://www.findaphd.com/search/PhDDetails.aspx?CAID=897 here] and [http://www1.imperial.ac.uk/departmentofmedicine/postgraduate/phdstudentships/ here].
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Are you a UK national, or an EU national who has lived in the UK for the last 3 years, and interested in a PhD position in Dr Nowlan's lab? The Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College has two competitively awarded, fully funded PhD studentships for UK nationals or EU residents living in the UK for at least 3 years available to start in October 2012. This PhD project will investigate how mechanical forces affect prenatal skeletal development, a new and exciting research area which is highly relevant to both medicine and tissue engineering. To enquire, please email Dr Nowlan with a CV before the 7th of May (but preferably sooner). For further information on the PhD Programme in Bioengineering, and how to apply, see http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/bioengineering/courses/phd.  
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== Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme ==
== Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme ==
A 6 week Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) placement is available in the Nowlan Lab during the summer of 2012. If you are a skilled C and C++ programmer, then this summer project is for you! The student chosen will be responsible for devising and testing new laboratory assignments for the second year Programming course. For more details and for information on how to apply, please contact Dr Nowlan before the 18th of May.
A 6 week Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) placement is available in the Nowlan Lab during the summer of 2012. If you are a skilled C and C++ programmer, then this summer project is for you! The student chosen will be responsible for devising and testing new laboratory assignments for the second year Programming course. For more details and for information on how to apply, please contact Dr Nowlan before the 18th of May.

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PhD Studentship Opportunities

Are you a UK national, or an EU national who has lived in the UK for the last 3 years, and interested in a PhD position in Dr Nowlan's lab? The Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College has two competitively awarded, fully funded PhD studentships for UK nationals or EU residents living in the UK for at least 3 years available to start in October 2012. This PhD project will investigate how mechanical forces affect prenatal skeletal development, a new and exciting research area which is highly relevant to both medicine and tissue engineering. To enquire, please email Dr Nowlan with a CV before the 7th of May (but preferably sooner). For further information on the PhD Programme in Bioengineering, and how to apply, see http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/bioengineering/courses/phd.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme

A 6 week Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) placement is available in the Nowlan Lab during the summer of 2012. If you are a skilled C and C++ programmer, then this summer project is for you! The student chosen will be responsible for devising and testing new laboratory assignments for the second year Programming course. For more details and for information on how to apply, please contact Dr Nowlan before the 18th of May.

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