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Wellcome Trust 4-year funded PhD in Dynamic Molecular Cell Biology in Bristol

Wellcome Trust 4-year PhD in Dynamic Molecular Cell Biology in Bristol. Our Dynamic Molecular Cell Biology 4-Year PhD Programme trains students to investigate dynamic mechanisms from molecular through to organismal level using cutting edge imaging technologies combined with biochemical and biophysical interrogation. Read more

Understanding mechanisms driving tissue morphogenesis and cell fate during early embryonic development

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Background and scientific rationale. Embryonic tissues and organs are shaped and patterned by complex genetic, molecular and cellular mechanisms that regulate essential processes during development [1]. Read more

How Does Cell Size Control Gene Expression and mRNA Processing to Promote mRNA Concentration Homeostasis?

  Research Group: Institute of Cell Biology
The size of a cell is one of its most basic and fundamental properties and yet we understand surprisingly little about the mechanisms that coordinate the inner molecular workings of the cell with its size. Read more

Using single molecule super-resolution microscopy to reveal how bacteria remodel their cell wall

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
BACKGROUND. Bacteria are surrounded by a mesh-like cell wall which protects bacteria from bursting due to their high internal pressure of turgor pressure, like how a thick bicycle tyre supports and reinforces the inflated inner tube. Read more

Understanding bacterial cell wall synthesis and its linkage to cell division for next generation antibiotic drugs

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is now widely understood to be a global healthcare emergency, exacerbated by many socio-economic factors. Read more

Prostate cancer signalling to the bone micro-environment - from molecular characterization to potential novel therapies.

About the Project. Prostate cancer is responsible for over 52,000 cancer diagnoses within the UK per annum, and is the most common cancer in males, accounting for 27% of all new cancer cases diagnosed within men in 2016-2017. Read more

Exploiting the microRNA ‘signature’ of high density lipoproteins in cells and tissues: routes to novel therapeutics (Ref: SHLS21096)

The protective roles of high density lipoproteins (HDL) in inflammatory diseases (atherosclerosis, diabetes and impaired wound healing) has focused attention on the molecular mechanisms by which this heterogeneous lipoprotein class achieves these outcomes. Read more

Significance of cytoskeletal filaments coordination in immunity and cell migration

The cytoskeletal organisation is fundamental for all cellular events, which defines the shape of the cells, the transport of molecules in different cellular domains, and controls the dynamics of cellular function. Read more

Cancer biology: identification of new treatment options for EML4-ALK driven lung cancer through understanding mechanisms of cell division and migration.

Lung cancer is the largest cause of cancer-related deaths in the UK and worldwide. While little progress has been made in long-term survival rates, we now have a good understanding of the genetic drivers raising the prospect of earlier diagnosis and more effective treatments. Read more

Unravelling signalling– and metabolic–dependent molecular switches underlying network rewiring in the onset of cancer and autoimmune disorders (Ref FHMS - FF - 31 BIO)

A PhD Studentship in Systems Biology is available under the supervision of Matteo Barberis and Gianne Derks at the University of Surrey, to construct, analyse and simulate mathematical models of the molecular networks controlling cellular proliferation. Read more

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