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circadian clock PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 10 circadian clock PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

The circadian clock as a regulator of information processing

Endogenous biological clocks are a ubiquitous feature of living organisms, driving rhythms in countless cellular and physiological functions, and influencing almost all biological processes. Read more

Circadian Rhythms and Ageing

About the Project. We are pleased to offer the opportunity for a self-funded PhD student to join our research team within the School of Pharmacy, University of Kent. The research aims of this project are to explore the impact of Aging on the mammalian circadian clock. Read more

Circadian Rhythms and Ageing

About the Project. We are pleased to offer the opportunity for a self-funded PhD student to join our research team within the School of Pharmacy, University of Kent. The research aims of this project are to explore the impact of Aging on the mammalian circadian clock. Read more

Circadian mechanisms in psoriasis: therapeutic opportunities

Hallmark features of psoriasis symptoms vary through time, suggesting an important role for circadian circuits in driving disease expression, and offering the potential of chronotherapy. Read more

Engineering more water-use efficient crops: functional genomics of CO2 fixation during Crassulacean acid metabolism

The world is getting hotter and drier due to climate change, and the human population is growing rapidly. Furthermore, it has been predicted that we will need to increase crop yields by 50 - 70 % by 2050 in order to feed the predicted 9 - 10 billion people. Read more

Biological rhythms and the dopamine system in cognitive dysfunction

  Research Group: Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia are associated with metabolic syndrome, obesity and diabetes. Schizophrenia affects 1.1% of the population and although not the most common psychiatric condition it is arguably the most severe and debilitating. Read more
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