National Doctoral Training Alliance in Applied Biosciences for Health Autumn School
We've joined forces with twelve other University Alliance universities to launch a new kind of doctoral training programme that responds to industry needs and promotes the UK’s economic growth and productivity.
The largest multi-partner and only nationwide doctoral training initiative of its kind – the Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) builds on the research strengths and industry-focused ethos of Alliance universities. It aims to produce independent, highly-employable researchers with the expertise and skills in strategically-important research areas. The DTA offers fully funded postgraduate programmes, an expert network of support and improved employment opportunities for PhD researchers in a research-rich environment.
Speakers include: Diane Harbison, former head of business development at Edinburgh’s BioQuarter and managing director of BioCity Scotland and Rhys Anderson, Bioscientist and Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Vitae 2014 Three Minute Thesis.