The Centre for Educational Development Appraisal and Research (CEDAR) at the University of Warwick has three, 3-year full time PhD studentships available for October 2017 start:
The family context for the development of children with Down’s syndrome and rare genetic syndromes
Longitudinal analysis of parental and/or sibling well-being in families of children with intellectual disabilities
Early Intervention and Early Years support for young children with intellectual disability and/or autism: Facilitating access
They’re looking for applicants who have completed or almost completed a research intensive masters degree or have equivalent research experience.
Please forward this message to suitable email lists and to individuals you think may be interested. This is an unusual opportunity for three individuals to start work in similar fields at the same time, and work as a part of a team also in partnership with charities – Cerebra, Mencap, and Ambitious about Autism.
Full details on the studentships available and how to apply can be found on their webpage: