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|Programme:||PhD / MPhil|
|Duration:||PhD – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
MPhil – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
|Starting Date:||Any time of the year|
|Entry Requirements:||See here|
|International entry requirements||We accept a range of qualifications from other institutions.
Standard English Language requirements apply. Details here.
The Centre for Applied Entomology and Parasitology (CAEP) is primarily situated within the buildings of the School of Life Sciences (Huxley Building) and the School of Physical and Geographical Sciences (Lennard-Jones Laboratories). It is an interdisciplinary research centre that offers a lively and stimulating atmosphere for advanced study and research. There are 40-50 members: professors, lecturers and their associated post-doctoral research assistants, postgraduate students and technicians. Members meet regularly for seminars, workshops, journal clubs and symposia. Research projects are supported by funding from a variety of Research Council, Charity and Industrial sources. The Centre is supported by a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment within newly refurbished and purpose-built laboratory space.
Research Subject Areas:
- Malaria, Mosquitoes and Man - Professor Paul Eggleston; Dr Srabasti J. Chakravorty; Dr Frederic Tripet; Dr Catherine Merrick; Dr Paul Horrocks
- Parasite-Insect Interactions - Professor Gordon Hamilton; Dr Frederic Tripet; Professor Paul Eggleston
- Leishmaniasis - Professor Gordon Hamilton; Dr Helen Price;
- Fish diseases - Professor Dave Hoole
- Insect Ecology - Dr Frederic Tripet; Professor Gordon Hamilton; Dr William Kirk
- Chemical Ecology - Dr William Kirk; Professor Gordon Hamilton
|Tel :||(+44) 01782 734331|