Postdocs who are willing to apply for fellowship funding are welcome to apply at any time. Email me (Alex.Rowe@ed.ac.uk) and tell me why you want to work in the Rowe group. Include a full CV with names and contact details of two referees, and ideas about possible funding sources. Applicants should ideally have a passion for malaria research combined with drive, initiative, independence, “green-fingers” in the lab, the ability to write coherently and proven ability to finish-up and publish previous projects. Does that sound like you? Please apply!

PhD students

For information on PhD application procedures in Edinburgh see

and for information on fees and funding see:

Anyone interested in applying for a PhD position via one of the routes described in the above links should email me (Alex.Rowe@ed.ac.uk) in October/November of the academic year before the one in which they hope to start with:

  • a full CV including names and contact details for 2 academic referees
  • a transcript of degree marks
  • a statement of research interests (one side of A4 explaining why you want to do a PhD and why you want to work on malaria)

Projects will be in the general area of malaria host-parasite interactions outlined on the research pages.

Alex is a supervisor on the Wellcome Trust funded 4 year PhD Programme on Hosts, Pathogesn and Global Health (application deadline 1st February 2018) see http://www.eid.ed.ac.uk/wt-hpgh

Clinical fellows

Any clinicians who are interested in a lab-based PhD in malaria research should look at possible funding sources (eg The Wellcome Trust-funded Edinburgh Clinical Academic Training Scheme or the MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship) and email me (Alex.Rowe@ed.ac.uk) with a CV and an indication of research interests and motivation.