Health, identity, technology, regulation - funded PHD

We have a cross-disciplinary research network hosted in the Law School, with three funded PhD studentships on it. The topic is 'Construction of Human Perfection' and the network involves 3 projects, across the disciplines of Law, Psychology, Engineering, Dentistry, and English. The opportunity is for someone to set themselves up as an interdisciplinary early career scholar in the areas of health, identity and technology.

More information about the "Law/Engineering" PhD within the project is available here:

and the deadline for applications is 22 March 2013.

Please forward this to good students who are looking for a funded PhD place (that is, ones that you aren't keeping in your own institutions of course - unless you are being really altruistic and thinking about the opportunities for the student!). Of course, although we've set out the project here, there is lots of scope for the student to take it in whatever interesting ways they want to take it.
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