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CoSS PhD Scholarship: Understanding the aetiology and people’s lived experiences of type 2 diabetes and diabetes risk in Kenya

Description

Available to study a PhD in the Institute of Health and Wellbeing in the College of Social Sciences under the supervision Dr Cindy Gray (Institute of Health and Wellbeing), Professor Jason Gill (Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences) and Dr Elizabeth Mwaniki (Department of Community and Public Health, Technical University of Kenya).

Please see College of Social Sciences PhD Scholarship for more deatils.

Eligibility

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Value

Stipend at the RCUK level (£14,777 in 2018-19); 100% tuition fee waiver; access to Research Training Support Grant (RTSG) funds.

How to apply

Collate all documents and send in one email to socsci-scholarships@glasgow.ac.uk

Application deadline 13 May 2018

For more information contact: socsci-scholarships@glasgow.ac.uk