Ward Biotech MSc Studentship in Companion Animal Oral Health in Ireland, 2013/14

Ward Biotech Ltd., an Irish Biotechnology Company is funding MSc studentship at School of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin in Ireland. Duration of studentship is of one year which includes stipend. Applicants must have Degree in a Life Science (e.g. Biology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Physiology). Applicant must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Electronic application including a full CV must be submitted by 4th November 2013.. UCD School of Veterinary Medicine is the only center for veterinary education in Ireland, and enjoys a great tradition. The School is one of the leading veterinary schools in Europe. Our state-of-the-art facilities and position on the campus of a major research-intensive university allow us to push back the frontiers of knowledge in veterinary research, thus advancing animal health, animal welfare and human health. MSc Project Summary – The project will involve studies on oral health care. This is a collaborative study and may involve periods of work in other research centers. The post-holder will have responsibility for a number of specific areas, including: Complete a focused MSc Programme based upon oral health in companion animals. Have an appreciation of good laboratory practice to protect intellectual property. Prepare and present for discussion within the team on a regular basis. Assist in the preparation of reports and peer reviewed scientific publications.. This studentship is for pursuing MSc Project at UCD School of Veterinary Medicine in Ireland.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship?
· The ideal candidate will have an excellent degree in one of the Life Sciences; combined with a deep interest in determining the biology of health/disease.
· Candidates should be enthusiastic, self
· motivated individuals, who interact well within a larger research team.
· To be eligible for consideration to undertake a programme of study for a Master’s Degree by Research, a candidate must have obtained a standard of at least Second Class Honors in an approved primary degree or equivalent.
Benefits of the scholarship: Funding covers stipend of €20,000 per annum.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: MSc duration is of 1 year to start on 1st January 2014.
Number of scholarships: Not Known

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