The Rosalind Franklin Institute is a new physical sciences institute, funded by the UK government. We drive bold and innovative technology development through interdisciplinary collaborations across our scientific Themes. This includes building a unique multimodal imaging mass spectrometer and using electron microscopy to allow the imaging of biological molecules in motion.
We are recruiting open-minded students from any scientific, mathematical, engineering or computing discipline to work on the development of instruments across our Themes.
Our one-of-a-kind fully funded PhD programme will provide high-level interdisciplinary skills training, individual mentoring, access to industrial collaborations through a team of world-leading supervisors and new laboratory facilities.
Our Themes include:
Artificial Intelligence and Informatics
Biological Mass Spectrometry
Next Generation Chemistry
Franklin PhD students will have a wide-ranging choice of project, which will have real-world impact, collaborate with universities and partners across the UK, and other benefits shown here.
How to apply
Please click here to apply for our 4-year programme (starting October 2022). We strongly recommend that you peruse our guidance available here for what to include in your personal statement to us.
We will recruiting throughout the year to fill our cohort. We look forward to reading about your skills, experiences and motivation in wanting to study with us. Good luck!
Please note that we are unable to accept any further international applications for our 2022-23 intake