Two PhD training schemes offer a range of clinical and non-clinical projects:
Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre
The Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre PhD Scheme is highly competitive. It seeks ambitious, motivated students and clinical fellows who aim to launch and develop a career in world leading cancer research.
Manchester Biomedical Research Centre
The NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre (MBRC) is a partnership between Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MUFT) and The University of Manchester. The MBRC runs for five years from 1 April 2017 to fund MBRC research posts and biomedical studies in five areas, including cancer - there are number of PhD studentships within this.
In addition, the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute offer several PhD projects every year.
PhD projects in all aspects of cancer research are offered through our academic partner, The University of Manchester. Current vacancies can be found through FindAPhD.com.