Title. BBSRC SWBio DTP PhD Studentship: Acyl Carrier Proteins: The key to successfully engineering new biosynthetic pathways
Main supervisor: Professor Matthew Crump, Second supervisor: Dr Paul Race, Professor Christine Willis
A PhD project is available for commencement in September 2017 as one of a number that are in competition for funding from the South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SWBio DTP). The SWBio DTP is a BBSRC-funded PhD training programme in the biosciences, delivered by a consortium comprising the Universities of Bristol (lead), Bath, Cardiff and Exeter and Rothamsted Research. The SWBio DTP projects are designed to provide outstanding interdisciplinary training in a range of topics in Agriculture & Food Security and world-class Bioscience, underpinned by training in mathematics and complexity science. Each project will be supervised by an interdisciplinary team of academic staff and will follow a structured training 4-year PhD model.
This studentship has now been filled (February 2017).