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Role of the endosomal pathway in regulating sleep and circadian rhythms

Ageing and many neurodegenerative disorders are characterized by a progressive loss of neurons in particular brain regions leading to behavioural changes including cognitive decline, sleep disruption and circadian dysregulation. Read more

It’s about time! Ecology and evolution of circadian and seasonal rhythms in host-parasite interactions

  Research Group: Edinburgh Infectious Diseases
Project offered for Ker Memorial PhD Studnetship in Infectious Diseases. Coping with infection and resource limitation are two of the major challenges faced by wild animals, and infection and resource limitation can exacerbate each other. Read more

Circadian Rhythms and Aging

Overview. 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. Read more

Circadian Rhythms and Aging

Overview. 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. Read more

MScR - Determining the genetic and circadian basis of bipolar disorder using Drosophila

Circadian rhythms and sleep are evolutionarily conserved from fruit flies (Drosophila) and are fundamental as well as vital to biology and health (Jagannath et al., 2017; Menet and Rosbash, 2011). Read more

Killing time! How circadian immunity and resource availability interact during malaria infections

  Research Group: Edinburgh Infectious Diseases
Project offered for Ker Memorial PhD Studentship in Infectious Diseases. Malaria infections famously run like clockwork. When synchronous parasite replication within red blood cells completes and progeny are released, fever is triggered and recurs at intervals of 24, 48, or 72 hours, depending on the Plasmodium species. Read more
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