PhD Studentship – Single-molecule biophysics of DNA repair

    The Bell lab at UCL is based in the Biological Physics group at the Department of Physics and Astronomy ( and the Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology (LMCB - The Department of Physics and Astronomy is one of the UK’s leading departments in its field with a large, international graduate research community. The Biological Physics group within the department consists of 10+ labs pursuing research into the physics of biological systems using experimental, computational and theoretical methods. The LMCB is a research hub for the study of the molecular basis of cell function and behaviour in health and disease. A key aim of the LMCB is the development of ground-breaking technical platforms, in particular in imaging, to understand biochemical complexity.

    About the role
    A 3.5 year PhD position is available from October 2023 to work under the supervision of Nicholas Bell. This is an exciting opportunity to join an interdisciplinary research team developing cutting-edge single-molecule techniques to study the biophysics of DNA structure and repair. Further information about the studentship can be found in the text below. Further information about the Bell lab can be found on their webpage -

    Further information about the studentship and how to apply can be found in the attached document.

    Deadline for receipt of applications: 27th March 2023

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