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Hodge PhD opportunities

The new Hodge Centre will forge close links with partners in industry, the NHS and other organisations to improve collaboration, and accelerate the pace at which research is translated into treatments.

The Centre will take the latest research findings from the University’s world-class neuroscience researchers and use them to develop new drugs and therapies for severe mental health conditions.

Over five years, the Centre will provide 18 fully funded PhD scholarships. The Hodge PhD Scholarship programme will train and nurture the brightest young researchers in the skills needed to address the complex problem of brain disorders. The Studentships will cover the tuition fees at a home/EU rate and provide an annual stipend at the RCUK rate. There will also be £10k consumables per year.


Applications for 2023/24 are now closed.


All general enquiries should be addressed to:

Julie Cleaver

Julie Cleaver

Administrator (Postgraduate and Research), Neuroscience and Mental Health Innovation Institute

+44 (0)29 2068 8341