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  3D printing of proteins for biopharmaceuticals
  Dr X Han
Application Deadline: 1 October 2019
The sales of biopharmaceuticals and biotherapy from only Humira, Remicade, and Enbrel are over $18 billion in US in 2015. Protein therapy is expected to make about $250 billion in savings for US over the next 10 years.
  Optimisation of mammalian cell factories for manufacture of biological medicines
  Prof A J Dickson
Applications accepted all year round
Biopharmaceuticals (eg. antibodies, other protein- and nuclei-based medicines) are produced in cellular systems and are used for treatment and cure of many diseases.
  Development of transdermal protein liposomal delivery system for the treatment of dermatological diseases
  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
  Dr M Najafzadeh, Prof D Anderson
Applications accepted all year round
Biopharmaceuticals have been increasingly used in the treatment of skin diseases. However, due to the poor absorption of peptide and protein through the skin, they are usually delivered through injections.
  Characterising surface properties of protein biopharmaceutical molecules
  Dr A Golovanov, Dr J Warwicker
Applications accepted all year round
Protein biologicals have great potential for the effective treatment of a wide range of diseases. However, aggregation and instability are inherent issues with all protein pharmaceuticals, which is a problem that can limit their utility and developability.
  Carbohydrate analysis for biomedical applications.
  Dr S Allman
Applications accepted all year round
Changes in the patterns of carbohydrates produced by the cell can provide insights into disease states, revealing perturbations and differences in cellular metabolic processes.
  A bioinformatics approach to understanding protein solubility tags
  Dr J Warwicker, Dr R Curtis
Applications accepted all year round
The crowded environment of a cell cytoplasm reveals that proteins and other biological molecules co-exist at high macromolecular concentrations.
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