Phd biopharmaceutical and pharmacological sciences in University college dublin
Dublin City University (DCU) will contribute through its unique graduate training programme in Target-driven Therapeutics and Theranostics (T3). The T3 programme incorporates first class teaching with cutting-edge research. They provide a multidisciplinary academic and research programme for training students towards a PhD in the expanding field of therapeutics. The goal of the T3 programme is to graduate PhDs with the skills necessary to lead Ireland s biopharmaceutical and biomedical diagnostics industries. The T3 programme is centred on research streams composed of teams of PIs in the following areas: Neuroscience, Immunology, Epithelial/endothelial cells, Drug targeting and Optimization, Cell Communication and Theranostics.
A bachelor degree (4 year) in a similar major with good grades from a recognised University, Academic References, Transcripts, Resume, TOEFL PBT- 600, CBT-250, IBT-90
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