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Two more places on Turing Enrichment Scheme for Queen Mary students

21 May 2020

We are delighted to announce that two PhD students at Queen Mary University of London have been made offers to join the Turing's doctoral Enrichment Scheme.

Hannah Nicholls (Queen Mary, Clinical Pharmacology) and Ilaria Manco (Queen Mary, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science) will be taking up their places on the Scheme in early 2021.

The Turing Enrichment scheme offers students currently enrolled on a doctoral programme the opportunity to work at the Turing for up to 12 months. Students continue their PhD in conjunction with their current supervisor, while enriching their research and making new collaborations during their time at the Institute.

While on placement students can work out of the Turing offices in the British Library in Central London. The Enrichment placement offers an amazing opportunity for doctoral candidates and the chance to develop some research independence as they progress in their studies. The inspiration from learning and collaboration may prompt new ideas that can be further developed in the future.

We wish Ilaria and Hannah all the very best on their Turing Enrichment Scheme placements.