In this series of PhD Perspectives, our students tell you what it’s like doing a PhD within the Institute of Medical Sciences and why those thinking about a postgraduate research degree should join us here at the University of Aberdeen.
Amy is a PhD student working in our Cell, Developmental and Cancer Biology research programme on nuclear hormone receptor biology.
Glynn is a PhD student working in our Translational Neuroscience research programme on Alzheimer’s disease research.
Abdalla is a PhD student working in our Musculoskeletal research programme, with his main focus on understanding the underlying causes of Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Obinna C Ubah
Obinna is a PhD student working in our Microbiology research programme with a research interest in molecular biology and genetic engineering.
Find out more about postgraduate study on the College of Life Sciences and Medicine Graduate School webpages.