Candidates for the degrees of PhD or MPhil must normally hold a first or second class Honours degree of a British university, or an equivalent qualification.
Months of entry
Interdisciplinary research using a range of approaches and techniques in recently refurbished, well-equipped laboratories. Facilities for small and large scale microbial fermentation, animal cell culture, sensory analysis, waste control and analysis, electron microscopy, etc. Collaborations internally and externally with Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Hannah Research Institute and industrial links.
Research within the Institute is advanced through six Research Groups:
Infection, Immunity and Microbiology
Medicines Use and Health
Biomedical and Bioprocess Microbiology including biomedical and Food microbiology, Environmental biotechnology, Fermentation technology; Molecular Bioscience including Molecular toxicology, Glycobiology, Molecular microbiology; Food Science.
Information for international students
Many international research collaborations. Over 30% of research students are international.
Fees and funding
Research Councils, University, British Council, Commonwealth Scholarships, Government.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Allison Reid
- 0141 548 2135