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developmental genetics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 28 developmental genetics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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SoCoBio DTP: Development and evolution of diverse corona structures in Narcissus (Amaryllidaceae)

Applications are invited for a fully-funded four year PhD to commence in October 2024. . This is a SoCoBio DTP industry co-funded PhD based in the School of Biological Sciences, and will be supervised by Dr Steven Dodsworth (University of Portsmouth), Dr John David and Dr Kálmán Könyves (RHS). Read more

10+ fully funded PhD positions at the IMPRS for Molecular Organ Biology

10+ fully funded PhD positions at the IMPRS for Molecular Organ Biology. PhD Studies in the Heart of Europe. The International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Organ Biology (IMPRS-MOB) offers fully funded positions to talented and enthusiastic students holding a relevant Master‘s degree. Read more

Genetics: Genetic studies of developmental eye disorders to investigate genotype-phenotype correlations

Developmental eye defects that affect the front of the eye give rise to a spectrum of congenital ocular phenotypes that affect the cornea, lens, iris, trabecular meshwork or the globe itself. Read more
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Population genetic engineering: Innovative approaches to control vector-borne diseases

Fully funded studentship available for entry in October 2024. This 4-year PhD studentship to be undertaken at Imperial College London provides inter-disciplinary training at the intersection of population genetics, evolution, and synthetic biology, with a focus on genetic engineering. Read more

The role of the spliceosome protein Prpf8 in embryonic development

Errors that occur during cardiac development cause congenital heart defects (CHD). Despite the prevalence of CHD, the developmental processes that ensure the heart forms correctly are still being elucidated. Read more

Exploring a novel neurodevelopmental disease gene using a zebrafish model

The Rare Disorder Genetics / Bicknell lab is interested in characterising novel genetic syndromes, with three core motivations. -the difference we can make to families with rare disorders, through providing them with more information. Read more

Faculty of Science, Masaryk University

Embark on an enriching academic journey with our esteemed doctoral degree programs in various scientific fields. Read more

PhD @ IMG in Prague

If you are interested in the structure and function of cells, tissues and organisms, you will find your niche at IMG. We study molecular mechanisms in a wide-range of model systems including viruses, stem and germ cells, haematopoiesis, immune system, cancer models, and animal models – mainly mice, fish, chicken. Read more

International Max Planck Research School "From Molecules to Organisms"

The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) “From Molecules to Organisms” provides excellent interdisciplinary training across the disciplines of structural, molecular, cellular and developmental biology as well as bioinformatics, genomics and evolutionary biology. Read more

International Max Planck Research School "From Molecules to Organisms"

The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) “From Molecules to Organisms” provides excellent interdisciplinary training across the disciplines of structural, molecular, cellular and developmental biology as well as bioinformatics, genomics and evolutionary biology. Read more

Probing Death Decisions from Morphogen Gradient Fields

Morphogen gradient scaling is one of the hottest fields in developmental biology at the moment. Scaling is fundamental, explaining how the machinery that controls pattern formation in development (the morphogens) can adapt, so that organs of different sizes show morphological structures which are proportioned. Read more

The role of Myh10 (Non-Muscle Myosin IIB) in epicardial-myocardial cross talk during coronary vessel development.

During cardiac development the coronary vessels form from the epicardium, which is the outer epithelial cell layer of the heart. Formation of the coronary vasculature is a critical event in cardiac development, since the vasculature is required to nourish the cardiac muscle and maintain cardiac function throughout life. Read more

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