Bio-markers of HIV-related Tuberculosis at University of Cape Town, South Africa 2017

The point of the association is to assess the impacts of statistic, clinical, and research center components, including HIV treatment and viral suppression markers, on the demonstrative and prognostic execution of a blood-based RNA signature for TB infection that was found and approved in HIV-uninfected people.

PhD Fellowship (Biomarkers of HIV-related Tuberculosis) is open for the South African candidates to lead PhD at the University of Cape Town for the scholarly session of 2017.

The PhD partnership is accessible for a venture that will assess the execution of a blood RNA biomarker of TB illness in HIV-infected people.


The partnership will cover R124 800 every year and will rely upon significant experience and aptitudes.


Candidates must meet the accompanying region for the cooperation:

Key Requirements:

MBChB or Masters degree in Public Health or a related field.

The study of disease transmission and Biostatistical encounter.

Capability in the examination of huge datasets.

Familiarity with R as well as Stata data analysis.

Center Competencies:

Show strong logical capability, innovativeness, basic considering, the capacity to work together successfully with others, and autonomous manners of thinking.

Capacity to deal with various activities and needs with extraordinary hierarchical and time administration abilities.

Extra Clinical or research involvement in TB as well as HIV will be beneficial.

Due date: May 15 2017

To apply and for more data visit the scholarship webpage

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