Search for a Phd offer about Chinese medicine

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19-Feb-06, 09:00
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by puppy88
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posted about 13 years ago
How are you? I am a postgraduate student of Guangzhou Univ of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. I major in the integrated Chinese medicine and western medicine. I have got the double majors of Health care and rehabilitation of Traditional Chinese Medicine and clinical Chinese medicine. In 2005, I have developed the first Chinese Irritable Bowel Syndrome-Quality of Life Scale in China and then got the certification letter from Mapi Research Trust (France). I have been invited to attend the 12th ISOQOL annual conference held in San Francisco. Then I have written an English manuscript about the adaption and application of Chinese IBS-QOL in China and now this article is in submitted. I have been working on a research project about needlestick injuries as a research project consultant in China, with similar searches ongoing in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Korea.

I do wanna apply for a phd programme in abroad and continue my research in the domains of IBS, Quality of life, acupuncture and how to use Chinese herbal medicine to prevent aging (I have learned regimen and rehabilitation for 5 years). Would you pleased to provide me some information about that?

Thank you very much and very warm regards!
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19-Feb-06, 15:04
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by Stu
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posted about 13 years ago
stop flooding this forum puppy, if you want a phd, then go out and get a project!!! we don't want to keep reading that essay/life story of yours
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19-Feb-06, 15:08
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by puppy88
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Sorry! I am not good at this work. I have just found this website.

But I just wanna search a phd programme here. Why not let me to put my data here?

Sorry again!
Thank you very much!
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19-Feb-06, 20:18
by Ann
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posted about 13 years ago
Hi Puppy88

Welcome to the forum. It's fine for you to post your interests but there is little to be gained from posting the same message more than once.

To progress your search for a PhD I would advise you to identify the people currently working in your area of interest. As you already have research experience in your field you are probably already aware of many of the key research groups. Have you tried contacting them directly to see if they have any opportunities that might be suitable for you?

Good luck.
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20-Feb-06, 05:21
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by puppy88
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I have just got an email from University of Bath(UK). I wanna know if they can provide me full-scholarship. Would you pleased to help me?
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20-Feb-06, 08:35
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by H
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Puppy, the only people who can help you are Bath university themselves, in particular the research group who emailed you. How would we know if they can offer you funding??!?!?!?
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20-Feb-06, 08:39
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by puppy88
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Funding may be available to work in this research group. And they said we can apply for the ORS,URS and others funding.

I don't know more.
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20-Feb-06, 09:41
by H
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posted about 13 years ago
so what are you waiting for?
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20-Feb-06, 10:57
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Puppy, you need to ask the University of Bath whether they have any specific funding for your project. From what you have said it sounds like they don't, but are suggesting that you apply for competitive funding such as ORS. You can get links and information relating to funding on the FindAPhD funding pages.
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20-Feb-06, 16:44
by puppy88
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They have just told me that I missed the date for ORS. And that deadline for URS is tomorrow. I am shamed.
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20-Feb-06, 17:03
by H
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Well puppy, if the deadline is tomorrow maybe you still have a chance! Will it be easy for you to get references etc by then?

If you don't make it, well keep trying to find a PhD where there is funding. You shouldn't get "shamed" because you didn't know about the deadlines.

Goodluck
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20-Feb-06, 17:09
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by puppy88
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But I do perfer the research project of that prof.

Thank you very much!
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21-Feb-06, 05:50
by puppy88
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The prof of the Univ of Bath let me to apply in 2007. But I have got an email from University of London. The second prof told me my research is very interesting and he sent me his article.

I do not need to pay for the tuition and also he will provide me 1.4000 per year. The deadline is

But I do not have a TOEFL score.

Let me know how to do that.
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21-Feb-06, 09:57
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by Ann
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Puppy, it sounds like you have an excellent chance of a funded studentship at London. If you do not have TOEFL then speak to the supervisor at London or speak to the international student office at the University, they will be the best people to comment on your individual case. PhDs are all about being pro-active and showing initiative so go for it!

Good luck :o)
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21-Feb-06, 10:04
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You will need an English language qualification to study in a UK university. TOEFL and IELTS are the most common. For our article on English Language Qualifications visit www.findaphd.com/students/english.asp

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