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flow cytometry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 74 flow cytometry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Discovery of novel modulators of T cell receptor signalling in cancer

Discovery of novel modulators of T cell receptor signalling in cancer. In cancer and chronic infection, chronically stimulated T cells reduce their function through mechanisms that are not fully understood. Read more
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Evaluation of the leukocyte contribution to innate immune responses to malaria vaccination

The innate immune response to vaccination is becoming a very important area of research, since it is essential for the subsequent adaptive responses which provide long term protection against the target pathogen. Read more
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Does the vault particle contribute to chemotherapy resistance in head and neck cancer?

Project description. Head and neck cancer (HNC) has a poor prognosis with a 5-year survival rate of ~50%. Treatment of HNC usually involves a combination of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. Read more

Characterising and targeting amino acid dependencies of leukaemia cells in the bone marrow

Stipend. Standard Research Council London Rate + Tuition Fees (Home rate) for 3 years. A consumables budget is also provided. Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD studentship based in the Centre for Haematology, Department of Immunology & Inflammation at Imperial College London. Read more

Roles of the genetic ‘dark matter’ in environmental and antimicrobial resistance of bacteria

What gives a bacterium such flexibility to live just about anywhere, and adjust its behavior depending on what is happening in its environment? In this Project, the PhD student will explore the flexibility of these resilient bacteria that is encoded in their so-called 'accessory' genome. Read more

Evaluation of Tripterygium wilfordii derived compounds as novel treatments for medulloblastoma.

Medulloblastoma is the most common paediatric malignant brain tumour, accounting for 20% of childhood brain tumours cases per annum in the United Kingdom alone, with approximately one-third of patients dying from the disease worldwide. Read more

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