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A new PhD studentship, sponsored by Brainwaves NI.

We are very excited and grateful that our research on assessing the impacts of targeting mRNA translation machinery on metabolic fitness of glioblastoma cancer cells was awarded with a PhD studentship by Brainwaves NI.

Brainwaves NI is northern Ireland’s only Brain Tumour Charity and is volunteer led. It aims to provide support for brain tumour patients, their families, and carers, raise awareness of brain tumours and fund vital research to help find a cure for brain cancer. Please check out Brainwaves NI website to learn more about their activities.

Follow the link below for more information about the PhD studentship, eligibility requirement and to apply.

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