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Growing research teams with PhD studentships

PhD Studentships are an important part of the Research team.  Postgraduate students undertake supervised detailed studies for three years.  At the end of this period, they produce a written thesis outlining the research questions they have been trying to answer, the relevant work of other researchers and how their results contribute to medical progress.  There …

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We work in close collaboration with local health trusts

The Medical School researchers work closely with all the acute hospitals in the Southwest Peninsula.  Derriford Hospital is adjacent to the John Bull Building of the medical school and this provides opportunity for joint research projects.  Many of the clinicians in the hospital teach and undertake research in the medical school.  This is of enormous …

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PMF is an independent charity raising money

The Peninsula Medical Foundation is a registered charity which supports the Peninsula Medical School.  It has a board of Trustees that administer the money received from donations and fundraising.  There are no payments to Trustees and it does not employ staff, although payments are made for services such as publicity, web servicing and accountancy  - however …

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