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  Membrane shaping, cytoskeletal and nuclear envelope (NE) proteins in NE dynamics during cell division: a study that will develop and use correlative super resolution light and electron microscopy (sCLEM)
  Dr M Goldberg, Dr I Karakesisoglou, Dr T Hawkins
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Scientific aims. the nuclear envelope (NE) is a central cellular hub with roles in ageing, cancer migration and degenerative diseases.
  De-novo building protein models into Electron Microscopy maps at intermediate resolutions
  Dr K D Cowtan, Prof A A Antson, Dr J Agirre
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
A PhD position is available to work in the group of Dr Kevin Cowtan on computational methods for automatic building of protein structures.
  Native state and volume electron microscopy of nanoparticle-based systems
  Dr N Hondow
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
Electron microscopy is ideally suited to the nanoscale imaging and analysis of materials; the spatial resolution and availability of advanced spectroscopic techniques afford the opportunity for detailed structural and compositional investigations.
  Structural analysis of the Legionella pneumophila type IV secretion system by single particle cryo-electron microscopy.
  Dr T Costa
Application Deadline: 1 January 2019
A 3.5-year MRC funded PhD studentship is available to work in the laboratory of Dr Tiago Costa, in the Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection (CMBI) at Imperial College London.
  Cryo electron microscopy to study innate immune complexes on the surface of cancer cells
  Dr J Emsley
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Blood vessels of tumors carry specific markers on the cell surface. The innate immune system consisting of complement proteins and white blood cells (macrophages) are involved in the recognition and destruction of cancer cells.
  Cryo-electron microscopy of nucleic acid processing machines from bacterial and human viruses
  Prof A A Antson, Dr J Blaza
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Viruses are the most common biological entities on our planet, infecting all living things. In humans, viral infections like herpes and poliovirus cause illnesses, particularly in the elderly, babies or people with lowered immune defense.
  Examining the life cycle of coccolithophores
  Dr G Wheeler, Prof T Tyrrell
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
Project Rationale. Coccolithophores are abundant marine phytoplankton that are characterized by their ability to form a covering of calcium carbonate plates or coccoliths.
  DTC PHYS 7 - Femtosecond electron microscopy of ultrafast phenomena in nanoscale systems.
  Dr W Bryan
Applications accepted all year round
Ultrafast lasers can be employed to generate femtosecond (fs) duration pulses of electrons, which in a time-resolving analogue of TEM, facilitates the tracking of transient electric and magnetic fields, phase changes, plasmonic and phononic behaviours and charge density waves.
  Cryo-electron microscopy and tomography of bacterial biofilms
  Dr T Bharat
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Bacterial cells can aggregate on surfaces to form large multi-cellular communities called biofilms. Bacterial biofilms have a profound impact on human health because they are implicated in lung, bone, and urinary tract infections.
  Localising all individual atoms in a nanoparticle in 3D by scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) tomography
  Dr W Theis
Applications accepted all year round
We have demonstrated the ability to map all individual atoms in the 3500-atom apex of a tungsten tip. The PhD project involves developping instrumentation and methodology for high-throughput tomography of nanoparticles using the apex of tungsten tips as tomography supports..
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