PhD Fellowship (Biomarkers of HIV-associated Tuberculosis) is open for the South African applicants to run PhD at the University of Cape Town in South Africa for the academic session of 2017.
The PhD fellowship can be obtained to get a job which will assess the operation of a blood RNA biomarker of TB disease in HIV-infected individuals.
The aim of the fellowship will be to assess the effects of demographic, clinical, and lab variables, including HIV treatment and viral suppression mark, on the diagnostic and prognostic operation of a blood-established RNA signature for TB disease that has been detected and validated in HIV-uninfected individuals.
The University of Cape Town in South Africa (UCT)’s standing for superiority is underpinned by its own distinguishing research, headed by its eminent faculty. Universities have the exceptional possibility to determine the future of our society by training and shaping the future leaders of the state.
Course Level: The fellowship can be obtained to pursue PhD.
Study Subject: The fellowship is given in the field of Biomarkers of HIV-associated Tuberculosis.
Scholarship Award: The fellowship will cover R124 800 per year and certainly will depend on applicable expertise as well as abilities.
Numbers of Scholarships: One fellowship can be obtained.
Scholarship might be required in South Africa
Eligibility: Applicants must satisfy the following region for the fellowship:
- MBChB or Masters degree in Public Health or a related discipline.
- Epidemiology and Biostatistical expertise.
- Proficiency in the investigation of big datasets. • Familiarity with R and Stata programming.
- Demonstrate sound scientific competence, imagination, critical thinking, the skill to collaborate effectively with others, and independent thought processes.
- Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities with special organisational and time-management abilities.
- Additional Clinical or research expertise in TB and HIV will likely be advantageous.
Nationality: Applicants of South Africa can apply for the fellowship.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have an MBChB or Masters degree.
How to Apply: Applicants can implement via e-mail.
- Email a letter of motivation, complete CV and contact details of 3 referees, clearly indicating “PhD Fellowship” in the theme line, to Mrs Alison September at a.september-at-uct.ac.za.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is May 15, 2017.